Alice In Chains Announce European/UK Tour

Alice In Chains have announced a European/UK tour. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club will serve as support.

Tour Dates:

05/23 Glasgow, UK – Braehead Arena
05/24 Birmingham, UK – Barclaycard Arena
05/25 London, UK – Wembley The SSE Arena
05/27 Tilburg, NET – 013
05/28 Paris, FRA – L’Olympia
05/30 Brussels, BEL – AB
05/31 Luxembourg, LUX – Rockhal
06/01 Zurich, SWI – Halle 622
06/03 Prague, CZE – Forum Karlin
06/04 Hamburg, GER – Stadtpark Open Air
06/07-09 Nurburg, GER – Rock am Ring (no Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)
06/07-09 Nuremburg, GER – Rock im Park (no Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)
06/11 Krakow, POL – Impact Festival (no Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)
06/13 Tallinn, EST – Rock Cafes (no Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)

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Alice In Chains Premiere “Never Fade” Music Video

Alice In Chains have premiered a new video for their song “Never Fade.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Rainier Fog.” William DuVall commented:

“The ‘Never Fade‘ video is a continuation of ‘The One You Know‘. The full story will gradually be revealed. For now, check out what we love to do best – play live and tell a story with our music.”

Alice In Chains Share Hilarious Tribute For The Late Burt Reynolds

Alice In Chains paid tribute to the late Burt Reynolds during their September 8 show in Irving, TX by combining the cover art for “Dirt” with the actor’s infamous Cosmopolitan nude photo shoot and displaying it on the video screens. You can find that image in the below Instagram post. Reynolds passed away on September 6 at the age of 82.

Alice In Chains Joined Onstage By The Doors’ Robby Krieger

During their August 29 show at the Palladium in Los Angeles, CA, Alice In Chains were joined onstage by The Doors guitarist Robby Krieger. You can see footage of them performing “Rooster” below:

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Yes, that’s Robby Krieger of THE DOORS jamming onstage w/ us at the Hollywood Palladium tonight. And, yes, he is playing one of my @framuswarwickofficial Talisman guitars (which he told me he loved). And, no, I still can’t believe it actually happened. Robby Krieger is one of my absolute heroes – a rocker with the heart of a jazzman. He introduced Coltrane/Ravi Shankar-style improvisation to rock guitar while also being a great pop songwriter for the Doors. Robby wrote some of their biggest hits, including “Light My Fire,” which was the first song he EVER wrote (talk about comin’ in hot), and “Love Me Two Times.” He’s a truly great all-around musician and it was a tremendous honor to share the stage with him tonight. 📷: @inautonomy #aliceinchains #tour2018 #robbykrieger #thedoors

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Watch Alice In Chains Perform Atop Seattle’s Space Needle

Alice In Chains played a special acoustic set atop the Space Needle in Seattle, WA yesterday (August 21) and some footage of the performance has been shared HERE. The band were the first to play on “The Loupe”, which is the world’s first and only revolving glass floor located 500 feet in the air. That addition to the landmark was part of a recent $100 million dollar renovation. SiriusXM will broadcast the performance on August 31 at 5pm ET/PT.

Alice In Chains Launch Scavenger Hunt For Secret Seattle Show

Alice In Chains will be releasing their new album “Rainier Fog” on Friday (August 24) and the band will be celebrating with an album release show at a secret location in their hometown of Seattle, WA. The group have hid 10 signed copies of the effort in the city and fans that find them will get two tickets to the concert. Hints will be posted on the group’s Instagram story.

Watch Alice In Chains Throw Out The First Pitch During The Seattle Mariners’ “Alice In Chains Night”

The Seattle Mariners held an official “Alice In Chains Night” during their game against the Houston Astros at Safeco Field in Seattle, WA last night (Agust 20). As part of the event, the band took the field to throw out the first pitch. You can see footage of that, along with an interview below. This was one of the various hometown activities the group planned around the release of their new album “Rainier Fog” (out August 24).