ALICEINCHAINS Publicity Pic credit Dave Ma Alice In Chains have announced that they will embark on a U.S tour starting in April.

The band is touring in support their fifth record, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, which was released on May 27th, 2013. The album, which spawned two Mainstream Rock No. 1 songs in Hollow and Stone, sold 61,000 copies in its first week to debut at Number two-the band’s highest chart placement since 1995’s self-titled CD.

Alice In Chains tour dates:


25 – Tulsa, Okla. (Brady Theatre)
26 – Thackerville, Okla. (Winstar Casino)
28 – Austin, Texas (ACL Live – Moody Theatre)
29 – Houston, Texas (Bayou Music Center)


1 – Tunica, Miss. (Horseshoe Tunica)
2 – Cherokee, N.C. (Harrah’s Cherokee)
4 – West Palm Beach, Fla. (Sun Fest)
6 – N. Charleston, S.C. (N. Charleston PAC)
7 – Raleigh, N.C. (Memorial Auditorium)
9 – Atlantic City, N.J. (Ovation Hall at Revel)
10 – Mashantucket, Conn. (Foxwoods Casino MGM)
12 – Syracuse, N.Y. (Landmark Theatre)
13 – Reading, Pa. (Sovereign PAC)
14 – Roanake, Va. (Roanoke PAC)
16 – Huntington, W.Va. (Big Sandy Arena)
17 – Cincinnati, Ohio (Horseshoe Casino)
19 – Cleveland, Ohio (Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica)
20 – Battle Creek, Mich. (Kellogg Arena)
22 – Elizabeth, Ind. (Harrah’s Southern Indiana)
23 – Davenport, Iowa (Adler Theatre)
24 – Council Bluffs, Iowa (Harrah’s Stir Cove)

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  1. I always thought AIC’s sound was skewed more towards metal than grunge, they always had more “crunch” than Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, etc. The people who criticize them now without Layne Staley need to wake up. Layne’s gone and he’s never coming back. I admire them for picking themselves up and carrying on, they’re too good to just walk away. I’m also glad William DuVall isn’t a Layne impersonator, he’s bringing his own sound and style to the band, and to me at least avoids the whole comparison to Layne argument. Rock music in 2014 is better for having AIC on the scene than not.

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