Alice in Chains announce spring tour dates
The grunge veterans will support their fifth studio album
Reborn grunge stalwarts Alice in Chains are hitting the road this spring to support their upcoming fifth studio album. The record will be the band's second with new singer William DuVall who replaced the late Layne Staley for 2009's "Black Gives Way to Blue."
The album, which has yet to receive a release date or title, is one of the most eagerly anticipated rock albums of the first half of the year and last week the band released a video for the record's first single, "Hollow," a heavy, grinding song that doesn't stray from AIC's proven hard rock formula.
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Check out the creepy and cool sci-fi video for "Hollow" and see the tour dates below:
4/25: Miami Beach - The Fillmore
4/30: Birmingham, Ala. - UCC Concert Hall
5/1: Augusta, Ga. - William B. Bell Auditorium
5/5: Norfolk, Va. - Norva
5/7: Bethlehem, Penn. - Sands Event Center
5/8: Pittsburgh - Benedum Center
5/14: Sioux Falls, S.D. - Lyons Fairgrounds
5/15: Milwaukee - Eagles Ballroom
5/18: Camden, N.J. - Susquehanna Bank Center
5/21: Ft. Wayne, Ind. - Embassy Theatre
5/22: Evansville, Ind. - Aiken Theatre
5/24: Lincoln, Neb. - Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater
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