ALICE IN CHAINS Touring Singer Produces PROGRAM THE DEAD

ALICE IN CHAINS touring singer William DuVall (also of COMES WITH THE FALL) has just returned to California from Atlanta, where he produced several new tracks from the Los Angeles band PROGRAM THE DEAD. "[The songs] were recorded at the Bakos Amp Works studio, the same room where COMES WITH THE FALL recorded 'The Reckoning EP' and the upcoming 'Beyond the Last Light' album," says DuVall. "The new PROGRAM THE DEAD material is amazing. No word yet on a release date but be on the lookout in the coming weeks for previews on their MySpace."

ALICE IN CHAINS will embark on a North American-wide tour starting on September 22 in Las Vegas. The tour will hit over three dozen cities including San Francisco, Austin, Toronto and New York. Hard-rock band HURT will be supporting ALICE on the tour.

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