Alice in Chains have simply unveiled a video for the title monitor to final 12 months’s Rainier Fog album, and it’s really outlandish.
The clip, directed by Peter Darley Miller, begins out with the band arguing in a automobile over a radio station after they instantly run over a household of beer bottles, with solely the kid beer bottle surviving. So, what do they do? They take the younger beer bottle dwelling with them, and lift it on their very own.
From there, we see the younger beer bottle being proven hit a baseball by Jerry Cantrell; enjoying in a little bit kiddie pool; and visiting the Grand Canyon. It solely will get more odd after that, however you’re higher off watching it under than listening to somebody attempt to describe it.
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“In a world the place issues have gotten more and more severe, with ‘Rainier Fog’ we’ve continued our lengthy custom of constructing asses out of ourselves in movies,” stated drummer Sean Kinney. “So for all of you that have been raised bottle-fed, this one is for you. Mission completed.”
Alice in Chains are about to embark on a tour of the UK and Europe, after which they’ll be part of forces with Korn for a co-headlining summer time North American tour. Choose up tickets right here.
Along with the brand new music video, Alice in Chains have additionally been rolling out episodes of their feature-length thriller, Black Antenna. To this point six of 10 episodes have been launched.
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