Alice in Chains Won't Be Extinct After 'Dinosaurs'
Guitarist Jerry Cantrell hinted that their next record could be their last, but he's put fans at ease to say they plan to rock on.
Posted on Apr 26, 2013 03:01 pm
Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell has reassured fans that their next album "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here" will not be their last.
Cantrell had previously worried fans when he said "I look at every record like it's your last ... I can rest happily with this being the last record, if that's what it was."
Now he's cleared the air, telling Billboard: "What I said was, I approach every record as if it were my last, trying to make it the best record it can be. That's what I meant."
He admits that some hardcore Alice in Chains purists who prefer albums fronted by late singer Layne Stayley will probably have no interest in the new album.
"It sure seems like some people want it to be [the band's final release], but I don't do this for what people tell me I should do with my life, or my band," he said. "I do what I want to do and what my band wants to do. We'll continue to do that as long as we f--king want to!"
Meanwhile, the band recently revealed their new video "Stone" which you can see in the player below.