Alice In Chains Premieres New Song “Never Fade”
- Seattle-based rock band Alice In Chains will release their sixth studio album "Rainier Fog" for the first time in five years on August 24.
The band released “Never Fade” as the third single off of the album, following previous "The One You Know" and "So Far Under".
The album title was inspired by the Mount Rainier in Seattle, and the title track is a tribute to the Seattle music scene.
On the album, the band worked with producer Nick Raskulinecz, who produced the band's 2009s "Black Gives Way to Blue" and 2013s "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here".
Also, it is the first release album via their new label BMG. The band left Capitol and signed to BMG this year.
The album is available to pre-order new here.
Frontman Jerry Cantrell told Rolling Stone about the album;
“Maybe it’s a little hard because you have already said so much. I can’t write ‘Them Bones’ again, I can’t write about my dad again. I can’t write about my brother again. I can’t write about that ex-girlfriend again. But it’s easy to be pissed off about something. Stuff still makes me emotional. Stuff still makes me love. I experience things. I see people going through things. Shit happens to you. There’s still stuff to grab, but it’s challenging to me. It’s always the part where I feel I’m stumbling around in the fucking dark.”
- Alice In Chains embarks on the next leg of a massive headlining tour at Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver on August 22.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- source : Rolling Stone