Fuse On Demand recently conducted an interview with the four members of ALICE IN CHAINS.The full interview is available all May long only on Fuse on Demand. Watch a clip of the episode below. This fall, ALICE IN CHAINS will be joined by special guests DEFTONES and MASTODON on BlackDiamondSkye, a monolithic triple bill that is guaranteed to be the hottest ticket of the fall touring season. The rollicking roadshow, produced by Live Nation, launches September 16 at the Charter One Pavilion in Chicago, Illinois. ALICE IN CHAINS has been busy touring behind 2009's "Black Gives Way To Blue", but the group is already eyeing its next effort — the second with new singer William DuVall. Cantrell told MTV.com, "There are thoughts [of recording another album]. We'll see how far we get. Staying in the moment is a good way to live and we certainly hope that that happens. I don't see any reason why it wouldn't happen." DuVall also opened up about what it's been like to step in following the 2002 death of ALICE IN CHAINS frontman Layne Staley. He said, "We toured for two years before we even went into the studio, so that was interesting in itself. But now this thing has become more real to us and everybody else, and it's just another important step in the journey. So yeah, I feel a lot of acceptance and it's ever-evolving."
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