The latest from Alice in Chains

Alice-In-Chains-The-Devil-Put-Dinosaurs-HereThe Devil Put Dinosaurs Herethe more recent record of the band's north american Alice in Chainsone of the attractions of Thursday evening at The World stage of Rock in Riore-affirms that the group is far from hanging up his boots.

The fifth studio album and the second one after the death of their lead singer Layne Staley, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here it maintains the identity of the group in the post-Staley – signed with the Black Gives Way to Blue2009.

Those who are in the Rock in Rio and to listen to the disc, you will have to understand that the group is not in play from the first track, He isfull of energy, and with that tone heavy metal, alternative. But there is so much to enjoy, and to recover the rock, which gives its name to the festival, which will be a part of. The title track, and the great-Breath On A Window to make it play the disc, leaving you with a sneak peek of the I would like an extra track up in the air.

For those who couldn't stand to see and hear the artist's music that moved away from the true rock of the LAUGH, Jerry Cantrell (vocals, guitar), William Black Gives Way To Blue (vocals, guitar), Was Due To (drums), and Mike Inez (below) should get you bursting to put things in their proper place. The Alice in Chains it could even be classed as a veteran band, but they still have plenty of energy to burn.

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