ALICE IN CHAINS Announces Spring 2018 North American Tour

ALICE IN CHAINS Announces Spring 2018 North American Tour

ALICE IN CHAINS has announced a North American headline tour that kicks off April 28, 2018 at the House of Blues in Boston.

Confirmed shows:

Apr. 28 - Boston, MA - House of Blues
Apr. 30 - Syracuse, NY - Landmark Theatre
May 01 - Toronto, ON - Massey Hall
May 03 - Washington DC - Anthem
May 04 - Charlotte, NC - Carolina Rebellion
May 07 - New York, NY - Hammerstein Ballroom
May 10 - Atlanta, GA - Coca-Cola Roxy
May 13 - Somerset, WI - Northern Invasion
May 15 - Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre
May 16 - South Bend, IN - Morris Performing Arts Center
May 18 - Columbus, OH - Rock On The Range
May 19 - Philadelphia, PA - WMMR BBQ

ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell told the "Trunk Nation" show in August that the band was "in the process of working on" the long-awaited follow-up to 2013's "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" album.

ALICE IN CHAINS bassist Mike Inez revealed in June that the band was scheduled to enter Studio X in Seattle later that month to begin recording its new album. Helming the sessions once again is Nick Raskulinecz, who produced the band's last two studio efforts, 2009's "Black Gives Way To Blue" and the aforementioned "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here".

Studio X, which was originally owned by Ann and Nancy Wilson of the band HEART under the name Bad Animals, was the studio where ALICE IN CHAINS recorded its 1995 self-titled album.

"The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" was the band's second disc with singer William Duvall, who joined in 2006 following the death of Layne Staley.

"The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" sold 62,000 copies in its first week of release. It followed up 2009's "Black Gives Way To Blue".

The first two singles from "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here", "Hollow" and "Stone", both hit No. 1 on the rock radio airplay charts, while the album itself debuted on the Billboard album chart at No. 2.

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