Alice in Chains announced a headlining 2018 North American tour, with initial dates spanning April 28th in Boston through May 19th in Philadelphia. Ticket information is available at the band’s website.

The alt-metal quartet recently started recording their sixth LP in their native Seattle with producer Nick Raskulinecz (Rush, Foo Fighters, Mastodon), who helmed the band’s previous two albums – including their most recent, 2013’s The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here. During a summer appearance on the “Let There Be Talk” podcast, bassist Mike Inez emphasized the importance of returning home for the sessions.

“The last two [albums] were [recorded] in L.A., and they were cool,” he said. “I just feel in 2017, it’s time for Alice in Chains to go back to Seattle – drink that water, breathe that air. My Heart family’s up there. There’s just such a history – every street corner for us is a memory; crazy shit happened or some beautiful stuff. Seattle’s a really special place, especially this time of year. It’s the best.”

Two Alice in Chains rarities – live versions of their 1992 hit “Would?” and 1990’s “It Ain’t Like That” – appear on a recently issued deluxe edition of the Singles soundtrack. Last year, the band contributed a grandiose cover of Rush’s 2112 ballad “Tears” for the album’s 40th anniversary reissue.

Alice and Chains will also be at Northern Invasion on Sunday May 13, get tickets HERE

 Alice in Chains Plot Headlining 2018 Tour

 

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