Alice In Chains Release Two Music Videos

The band presented videos for two new singles off "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" - "Voices" and the album title track.

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Alice in Chains have released videos for the title track to their latest album, "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here," and the project's current single, "Voices."

Alice in Chains' fifth studio album was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Deftones).

The record sold 62,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 2 on The Billboard 200 chart.

Alice in Chains are currently in the middle of an extensive North American tour that runs to mid-September; the band then plays Rock in Rio on September 19 before launching a series of South American dates that run into early October.

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    Ah, the title track brings me back to the Dirt days. Even the video reminds me of the 90's..and a bit of my clown phobia.
    They should do a video for Breath on a window.Best song on the album.Also they have to give Duvall more lead vocals.Hes amazing.
    After Layne died, AiC were the one band I never wanted to see reform. I just didn't see how they could do the name, the band, the whole ethos justice. Sure I was stuck in the past, but I just couldn't see how they could ever be Alice in Chains without Layne. I couldn't be happier to be wrong.
    I just love Alice in Chains. Down in a Hole is still pretty much my favorite song ever and this whole album is just awesome. I like the heavier stuff, but Voices might just be my favorite track on this album.
    as much as i love chains, its a totally different thing now that layne is gone, i know cantrell did most of the songwriting but layne had something special, and am i not the only one who is a little confused on what duvalls true role is? is he the singe? backup singer? rhythm guitar?
    Does it matter? They're a band; a cohesive unit. It's not necessary to say 'X does A!' and 'Y does B!" It's four guys, they're AiC, and they're making great music.
    The title track and the video are pretty cool, but I can't bring myself to listen to 'Voices' again