ALICE IN CHAINS ANNOUNCE N. AMERICAN TOUR DATES/RELEASE VIDEO FOR “HOLLOW”

ALICEINCHAINS Publicity Pic credit Dave MaAs they gear up for the spring release of their much-anticipated new album, multi-platinum rock band ALICE IN CHAINS have announced a North American tour set to kick off April 25th at the Fillmore in Miami Beach (see itinerary below).

This past Thursday, the band teamed with VEVO to premiere the official companion clip for new track “Hollow.” Shot by award-winning director Roboshobo (Metallica, Mastodon, GreenDay), the hypnotically mind-trippy “Hollow” captures a man closed off and losing himself in an empty repetition of daily tasks until his last thread with reality is completely severed. The video can be seen at http://vevo.ly/U7WPDg and the song, which hit the top 10 on the iTunes Rock Chart, is available at http://t.co/HE12JnVT.

The video follows the recent release of a “Hollow” lyric clip that was created by fans and comprised of images submitted through Instagram.

Set for a spring 2013 release, Alice In Chains’ upcoming album was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Nick Raskulinecz (FooFighters, Deftones), who also produced the band’s hugely successful 2009 release BLACK GIVES WAY TO BLUE. That album entered Billboard’s Top 200 at No. 5, sold over one million copies, spawned two No. 1 hit singles (“Check My Brain” and “Your Decision”) and a third (“Lesson Learned”) that went top 10, earned two Grammy nominations and saw the band (vocalist/guitarist Jerry Cantrell, vocalist/guitarist William DuVall, drummer Sean Kinney and bassist Mike Inez) headlining a sold-out international tour that wrapped at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

In a recent interview with Guitar World, Cantrell said, “In my opinion, that record stood up to anything else we’ve put out in our career. Hopefully, the new album will connect with people in the same way.”

 

Thu-Apr-25  Miami Beach  Fillmore

Fri-Apr-26  Tampa  WXTB Rockfest – Tampa Bay Times Forum

Sat-Apr-27  Jacksonville  Rockville Festival – Metropolitan Park

Tue-Apr-30  Birmingham  BJCC Concert Hall

Wed-May-01  Augusta, GA  William B. Bell Auditorium

Fri-May-03  Memphis  Beale Street Festival

Sat-May-04  Charlotte, NC  Carolina Rebellion Festival

Sun-May-05  Norfolk, VA  Norva

Tue-May-07  Bethlehem, PA  Sands Events Center

Wed-May-08  Pittsburgh  Benedum Center

Fri-May-10  Des Moines  KAZR Lazerfest – Iowa Expo

Sat-May-11  Kansas City, MO  Rockfest – Liberty Park

Sun-May-12  St. Louis  KPNT – Verizon Amph.

Tue-May-14  Sioux Falls, SD  KRROfest – Lyons Fairgrounds

Wed-May-15  Milwaukee  Eagles Ballroom

Sat-May-18  Philadelphia  WMMR – Susquehanna Bank Ctr

Sun-May-19  Columbus  Rock On The Range

Tue-May-21  Ft. Wayne, IN  Embassy Theatre

Wed-May-22  Evansville, IN  Aiken Theatre

Fri-May-24  Lincoln, NE  Pinewood Bowl Amphitheater

Sat-May-25  Pryor, OK  Rocklahoma Festival

 

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For more information on ALICE IN CHAINS, please contact:

 

Michael Moses

BWR Public Relations

310-248-6171

mmoses@bwr-la.com

 

Gihan Salem

EMI North America

323-871-5745

Gihan.Salem@emicap.com

Comments

  1. heather restoule says:

    please come to oregon!!!!! please!!!!

  2. Man I am too fucking old to go to rock on the range. Hope they come back to Columbus. Alice is one of my favorite bands, and I only saw them live once back in 91 (I think). Would love to see them again.

  3. Heather Leal says:

    I wood really love it if they could come down to Texas, I’m a huge fan but I can’t travel out of state this year. The only way I can see them is if they make a trip down to Texas. Alice in Chains is my all time favorite band and I would love to see them live! Please consider Texas! You guys would love it!

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