ALICE IN CHAINS Raises A Beer In Crafty 'Rainier Fog' Video

ALICE IN CHAINS Raises A Beer In Crafty 'Rainier Fog' Video

ALICE IN CHAINS' new Peter Darley Miller-directed video for the title track of the band's latest album, "Rainier Fog", can be seen below.

"In a world where things are becoming increasingly serious, with 'Rainier Fog' we have continued our long tradition of making asses out of ourselves in videos," says drummer Sean Kinney. "So for all of you that were raised bottle-fed, this one is for you. Mission accomplished."

"We had a great time working with Peter Darley Miller again," says vocalist/guitarist Jerry Cantrell. "We made 'AIC 23' in 2013 with him, which was amazing. We had a blast making the 'Rainier Fog' music video, which continues the northwest theme of the record. We hope you enjoy it and have a laugh."

"The band's maternal instincts were spot on," says Miller. "It was a kind and loving environment. I felt special."

Miller's "AIC 23" followed 2009's tongue-in-cheek "Black Gives Way To Blue" EPK and the legendary "Nona Tapes".

On May 20, ALICE IN CHAINS will launch an international headlining tour that will take them to Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Birmingham, London, the Netherlands, Paris, Brussels, Luxembourg, Zurich, Prague, Germany, Denmark, Poland, Finland, Russia and Greece. They'll return Stateside in time for the summer's hottest tour, a co-headlining run with KORN that kicks off July 18 in Austin, Texas. The band has also announced that it will perform a special hometown show to close out the "Rainier Fog" album cycle on Friday, September 20 at the WaMu Theater with special guests CITY AND COLOUR.

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