ALICE IN THE CHAINS announced a Canadian tour in support of his Grammyalbum-nominated "Rainier Fog". The journey, due to begin on April 10 in Vancouver, also includes new dates in the US.
ALICE IN THE CHAINSThe tour will see the ironic band playing a mix of classic tracks and new songs from "Best Rock Album" "Rainier Fog", which reached number 1 in OutdoorRock, alternative music and hard music and number 1 on iTunes Rock's albums chart. O Grammy nomination is the ninth of the band.
April 10 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theater
April 12 – Calgary, AB – Gray Eagle Events Center
April 13 – Edmonton, AB – Edmonton Expo Center
April 15 – Saskatoon, SK – TCU Place
April 17 – Winnipeg, MA – Burton Cummings Theater
April 19 – Minneapolis, MN -The Armory
April 20 – Milwaukee, WI – Eagles Ballroom
April 21 – Peoria, IL – Peoria Civic Center
April 23 – London, ON – Budweiser Gardens
April 24 – Hamilton, ON – FirstOntario Concert Hall
April 25 – Rama, ON – Rama Casino
April 27 – Montreal, QC – Mtelus
April 28 – Quebec City, QC – Le Capitole
The group – vocalist-guitarist Jerry Cantrellvocalist-guitarist William DuValldrummer Sean Kinney and bass player Mike Inez – recently announced plans for a multi-episodic series of videos based on a story they introduced with "The One You Know", a clip directed by Adam Mason. They promoted the plot with "Never Fade", with more Bricklayerclips -directed in the path.
The band's first new studio work in five years "Rainier Fog" marks some first for ALICE IN THE CHAINS: it's their first album BMG and his first recording in his hometown of Seattle in over 20 years (note that the album title is a tribute to Seattle). O "Rainier Fog" recording process also saw the band spend time in Henson Recording Studios in Los Angeles and Nashville studio producer Nick Raskulinecz. "Rainier Fog" it's the third straight ALICE IN THE CHAINS album recorded with Raskulinecz and engineer Paul Figueroa. The album was mixed by Joe Barresi (QUEEN OF THE STONE AGE, TOOL).
Photo credit: Pamela Littky
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