Since the release of their fifth studio album ‘The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here’ in May, Alice in Chains have returned to the forefront as one of hard rock's leading forces. With two hit singles -- ‘Hollow’ and ‘Stone' -- already unleashed on the general public, AIC are sticking with the theme of enigmatic one word song titles for their next single, ‘Voices.’
Earlier this week Alice in Chains played Canada's Fox Fest in Burnaby, British Columbia, and invited a very special guest onstage. They were joined by Phil Staley, the father of the band's late vocalist Layne Staley. A video of his appearance can be seen above, while the band also posted a photo on their Instagram (see below).
It's great to listen to Alice in Chains perform, but how cool would it be to be able to play like guitarist Jerry Cantrell? The musician was on hand at the Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles to show exactly how the 2014 edition of Rocksmith can help you do just that.
Alice in Chains made their triumphant return last week (May 28) with the release of their latest offering ‘The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here.’ The new disc marks the follow up to 2009’s ‘Black Gives Way to Blue,’ and their second release since reuniting in 2005.
Alice in Chains have had a rough ride since their hay day in the early Nineties. They released an album in 1995 and soon after went on an indefinite hiatus. In 2002, their lead vocalist, Layne Staley died of a drug overdose and it took until 2006 for the band to recover and find a satisfactory replacement in William DuVall.
Alice In Chains is in town for a 103GBF Damn Loud Rock Show Wednesday night at The Aiken Theater at The Centre. The show is close to being a sell-out, so click here to see what seats are remaining for purchase.
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