ALICE IN CHAINS, DEFTONES, MASTODON Answer Fan-Submitted Questions
ALICE IN CHAINS, DEFTONES and MASTODON — who will team up for the "BlackDiamondSkye" tour this fall — recently answered a number of fan-submitted questions via AOL's Noisecreep. The resulting 19-minute clip can be viewed below.
"BlackDiamondSkye", a monolithic triple bill that is guaranteed to be the hottest ticket of the fall touring season, launches September 16 at the Charter One Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois.
"We're really looking forward to touring with our friends, DEFTONES and MASTODON," ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell previously stated. "Each band has its own unique flavor and the combination of all three will make for a great show and a good time on the road."
"BlackDiamondSkye spotlights three distinctly different and influential artists and fuses their individual fanbases into a single entity," said David "Beno" Benveniste, founder of Velvet Hammer Music and Management Group, who rep ALICE IN CHAINS and DEFTONES. "This is the poster kids will want to have on their walls, and ten years from now people will look back at this as a timeless and important tour."
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