Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Alice In Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell begins recording new solo album

Alice In Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell has entered a Los Angeles recording studio to begin work on his first new solo album in almost two decades.

"It's time to make the Raawwwkkk !!!",” shared Cantrell on Instagram alongside an image of several guitar racks at Dave's Room studios in North Hollywood, CA.

With Alice In Chains on an extended break following a world tour in support of 2018’s “Rainier Fog”, the project will mark the rocker’s first full-length record since 2002’s “Degradation Trip.”

"When I'm with Alice, I'm with Alice, and that takes the majority of my time,” Cantrell told People TV recently. “This year, we're taking a little time off, so... If you liked any of the solo work that I did or the work with Alice, I'm sure you might like some of this stuff too."

Cantrell performed a rare solo show in December at the Pico Union Project in Los Angeles, CA, where he mixed solo tracks with Alice In Chains material and was joined by a lineup that included ex-Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato, former Megadeth and Black Label Society bassist James Lomenzo, and former Marilyn Manson members Tyler Bates on guitar and drummer Gil Sharone.

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