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Alice In Chains Releases Lyric Video For ‘Voices’
Alice In Chains Releases Lyric Video For ‘Voices’

Alice In Chains has released a new lyric video for “Voices,” the latest single from the group’s new album, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here. “Voices” follows up the first two tracks issued as singles, “Hollow” and “Stone,” the former of which catapulted to Number One on the rock radio chart. The clip opens up with enigmatic images of a faceless person wearing a hoodie as the lyrics drift across the screen around him.

CHECK IT OUT: Watch the lyric video for “Voices”:

Alice In Chains songs have always been filled with dark imagery and guitarist Jerry Cantrell told us that he just naturally writes that way: “It’s never been my intention to be dark. I guess I just maybe talk about stuff that’s more real, you know what I mean? There’s plenty of stuff out there to distract you from stuff. I’m not really trying to distract anybody from anything, and I’m trying not to look away from myself or somebody else that’s either scary, disturbing, something that I don’t like about somebody or myself. I’m trying to look at those things without looking away.”

  • “Voices” arrives in time for the launch of Alice In Chains’ headlining run on the 2013 Rockstar Uproar Festival tour, which kicks off on August 9th in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The tour wraps up in Irvine, California on September 15th.
  • Joining Alice In Chains on the trek are co-headliners Jane’s Addiction, along with Coheed And Cambria, Circa Survive, Duff McKagan‘s Walking Papers, Middle Class Rut, Danko Jones and more.
  • The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here debuted at Number Two on the Billboard album chart in June, selling 61,000 copies in its first week of release. The disc was the band’s fifth Top 10 debut.

 

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