Alice in Chains Album Stream

2009-09-22 by Alex C. Soothsayer | 20 Comments
Alice in Chains's new album Black Gives Way To Blue is now available to stream in full from their official website ahead of its September 29 release.

http://www.alice-in-chains.net/

Tagged: Alice in Chains

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Blindsided
September 22nd 2009
1871 Comments


September 29th not 23rd.

EVedder27
September 22nd 2009
6088 Comments


yes 29th

Consigliere
September 22nd 2009
233 Comments


Layne's my favourite vocalist so its expected that i miss him ALOT, but still, this is high quality stuff. Brilliant.

LepreCon
September 22nd 2009
4352 Comments


Aargh...resisting temptation...to...check this...out

Relinquished
September 22nd 2009
28355 Comments


Great stuff

Digging: Chelsea Wolfe - Abyss

NebSnurb
September 22nd 2009
535 Comments


Why would you resist temptation?


Its an amazing album.

LepreCon
September 22nd 2009
4352 Comments


Because I want to wait until I physically acquire it

Eskate87
September 22nd 2009
959 Comments


cant wait to hear this

KILL
September 22nd 2009
73768 Comments


wow this is fucking awesome

Bullitt
September 22nd 2009
1666 Comments


I listened to 4 of these on my lunch and I can't believe how well they pulled this off, it's amazing.

Carnifex
September 22nd 2009
1918 Comments


Amazing album.

NebSnurb
September 22nd 2009
535 Comments


It was wayyyyy better than I expected. Well done.

Enotron
September 22nd 2009
7695 Comments


based on the comments, this seems pretty good. However, I probably will never find the energy to actually check it out. RIP layne

Romulus
September 22nd 2009
8461 Comments


Find that energy.

zaruyache
September 22nd 2009
8686 Comments


A Looking In View is quite heavy. Awesome! Loving that heavy riff. The rest of it seems pretty good too.

Digging: Timbre - Sun & Moon

KebertXela
September 23rd 2009
367 Comments


Layne never wrote their music, he was just a great singer. Now they have another great singer, just not their first great singer. I think way too many people consider the vocalist the invariable most important part of a band.

EVedder27
September 23rd 2009
6088 Comments


correct kebertxela, jerry is the real genius here

BASELINE
September 23rd 2009
40 Comments


album is growing on me fast..

Enotron
September 23rd 2009
7695 Comments


"Layne never wrote their music, he was just a great singer. Now they have another great singer, just not their first great singer. I think way too many people consider the vocalist the invariable most important part of a band."

To be honest it was never really the music that amazed me(besides on the album Dirt), i loved layne's voice. Of course, Jerry deserves whatever credit given to him and he did create their dark sound. But Layne just did it for me. But I guess I'll give this a look.

Rugter32
September 23rd 2009
754 Comments


I'M THE LAST OF MY KIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIND



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