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Two new videos from AIC
Two new videos from AIC

Alice In Chains has released two new music videos at the same time from the band’s latest album, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here. The first is for the song “Voices,” while the second is for the epic title track. Guitarist Jerry Cantrell told us how he feels about the subject matter of the latter song: “When your belief says it’s okay to strap a bomb on your body and blow somebody else up, or beat somebody up because they’re gay, or try to pass some laws and legislate what a woman can do or can’t do with her own body, when it comes to teaching prejudice, ignorance, the denial of just fact . . . some of the uglier things that are done in the name of religion to each other are pretty horrible, and that’s what that song is about.”

  • “Voices” is the third single released from the new album after the chart-topping “Hollow” and “Stone.”
  • 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.
  • Alice In Chains is co-headlining the fourth annual Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival with Jane’s Addiction. The trek stops in Ridgefield, Washington on Sunday (September 8th).

 

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