Seattle grunge band in Chains is releasing it’s first album since the 2009 album “Black Gives Way to Blue.” The band took the four-year hiatus because guitarist Jerry Cantrell had surgery on his shoulder. Recently the band announced that they will be releasing their all new album, “The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here,” May 28. Alice
April 5, 2002, Layne Thomas Staley was found dead from an overdose. He was 34. Staley’s death was very hard on the band members, so they went on hiatus until 2009 when they released their first studio album in seven years called “Black Gives Way to Blue.” That album was in commemoration of Layne.
Now they are back with their brand new album, “The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here,” which will be released Tuesday, May 28. Both fans and critics are looking forward to the album’s release. Soon after the release of the album, the band will be going on tour. Although not all of the dates have been released, hardcore AIC fans are patiently awaiting them to be announced. The first single off the album called “Hollow” was released online December 18, 2012 and the second single, “Stone,” was released March 26 of this year. Preorders are available on
in Chains’ website and iTunes. Alice