THE CULT guitarist Billy Duffy joined ALICE IN CHAINS on stage on Saturday, September 17 at the Rock Allegiance festival in Chester, Pennsylvania to perform the AIC song "Rooster". Fan-filmed video footage of his appearance can be seen below.
ALICE IN CHAINS singer William DuVall told the WRIF radio station in June that it was "too early" to talk about the band's new music, despite the fact that it's been more than three years since the release of their last studio album.
"The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" came out in 2013 was the band's second disc with DuVall, who joined in 2006 following the 2002 death of original vocalist Layne Staley.
William also talked about ALICE IN CHAINS' songwriting process and how it has evolved over the years. He said: "We make a habit of kind of starting pretty much with a clean slate every time we've gone in. And that challenges you, so we'll have to see how it manifests this time. But we're not there yet."
"The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" sold 62,000 copies in its first week of release.
THE CULT's tenth studio album, "Hidden City", was released on February 5 via Cooking Vinyl. The follow-up to 2012's "Choice Of Weapon" was written by singer Ian Astbury and Duffy and was produced by Bob Rock, who has previously worked with METALLICA and MÖTLEY CRÜE.
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