ALICE IN CHAINS Not Planning On Extinction After 'Dinosaurs' Album
According to The Pulse Of Radio, ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell reassured fans that the band is not breaking up following the release of its new album, "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here". After Cantrell told Fuse that he looks at every new record "like it's your last" and that he could "rest happily with this being the last record, if that's what it was," the usual onslaught of hysterical "is this the end of ALICE" headlines erupted online. But Cantrell has cleared the air, telling Billboard. "What I said was, I approach every record as if it were my last, trying to make it the best record it can be. That's what I meant."
"The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" is ALICE IN CHAINS' second album with William DuVall on board as co-lead singer and guitarist, following 2009's comeback effort, "Black Gives Way To Blue".
Original singer Layne Staley died of a drug overdose in 2002, although the band's last full-length set before "Black Gives Way To Blue" was a 1995 self-titled effort.
"The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" is due out May 28 and features the singles "Stone" and the chart-topping "Hollow".
ALICE IN CHAINS will kick off a tour to promote the new disc on Thursday (April 25) in Miami Beach. The band will also headline the Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival later this summer.
Although there are fans who are not interested in hearing anything by this version of ALICE IN CHAINS, Cantrell said, "I don't do this for what people tell me I should do with my life, or my band. I do what I want to do and what my band wants to do. And we continue to do that."
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