Tuesday, August 21, 2018

VIDEO: Alice In Chains throw first pitch at Seattle Mariners game

Alice In Chains guitarist/vocalist Jerry Cantrell was joined by the rest of the band as he threw out the first pitch prior to the August 20 game between the Seattle Mariners and Houston Astros at Seattle’s Safeco Field, and video from the event is streaming online.

The group were on hand to launch their new album, “Rainier Fog”, with a listening party as part of the Major League Baseball team's first Alice In Chains Night at the ballpark ahead of the record’s release on August 24.

The baseball event took place the night before the band will make Seattle history when they become the first act ever to perform 500 feet above the city at the iconic Space Needle’s brand-new revolving glass floor; SiriusXM will broadcast the acoustic set exclusively on Friday, August 31 at 5 PM ET and PT.

Alice In Chains will begin a North American tour in Vancouver, BC on August 22, after which they’ll return to perform at Seattle’s White River Amphitheatre on August 25.

The band recorded their first album in five years at studios in Seattle, Nashville and Los Angeles with producer Nick Raskulinecz.

Alice In Chains are streaming the single, “Never Fade”, as the latest preview to the their sixth album.

Alice In Chains
"Rainier Fog"

Release date: August 24

01. The One You Know
02. Rainier Fog
03. Red Giant
04. Fly
05. Drone
06. Deaf Ears Blind Eyes
07. Maybe
08. So Far Under
09. Never Fade
10. All I Am

See also:

Alice In Chains to perform atop Space Needle in Seattle
Alice In Chains stream new Rainier Fog single Never Fade
Seattle Mariners to host Alice In Chains Night
Alice In Chains: Jerry Cantrell streams new solo single Setting Sun
Search Alice In Chains at hennemusic