Alice in Chains performed a show in Seattle, Washington last weekend, and filmed it in 3D for future DVD release. The band is currently touring with Deftones and Mastodon.
Alice in Chains performed a hometown show in Seattle, Washington over the weekend, and filmed it in 3D for future DVD release. The band powered through a two-hour set which included hits such as “Rooster,” “Man in the Box,” “Would,” “Your Decision,” “Last of My Kind,” “Rain When I Die,” “Rotten Apple,” “No Excuses,” “Down In A Hole,” and “Black Gives Way to Blue.” The concert featured new frontman William DuVall replacing original singer Layne Staley, who died from a drug overdose in 2002. “We love and miss you very much, Layne,” said guitarist Jerry Cantrell of his late bandmate. The band is currently touring as part of the “BlackDiamondSkye” tour with Deftones and Mastodon. They are supporting their first new release in 14 years, 2009’s Black Gives Way To Blue.