Alice in Chains Name Album The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here

I don't usually understand the Alice in Chains album titles. Jar of Flies, Dirt, Black Gives Way to Blue...and now add The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here. I have no idea what that really means because there is no way that a T-Rex was made by Satan. That is a beautiful creature that could only have been designed by God.

The band hinted at the title on Wednesday (February 13th) when it posted it online as an anagram for fans to decode. When it was decoded, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here was the final solution. I am sure even if fans had it right, they thought it was wrong.

Guitarist Jerry Cantrell told Revolver about the new album, "I don't think you'll be surprised by anything you hear. It's us. But it's also really unique. It's got all the elements of any record we've put out, but it's unlike any record we've put out."

Was he high when he said that? You know how you are talking and you aren't thinking about what you are saying and then you join back in and catch yourself totally lost in your statement? THAT must have happened to Cantrell here. How does this work:

It's us. But it's also really unique. It's got all the elements of any record we've put out, but it's unlike any record we've put out.

Whatever. I don't necessarily put much stock in what the musicians say before an album is released. It's generally crap about how they are going to return to their glory sound —the sound that made them famous. Here is the video for Hollow, the first single off The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here.

 
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  • 2/16/2013 12:26 AM dissertation wrote:
    Really a good information. Love the site and keep coming back here for more and more content. Alice in Chains is one of those bands who consistently innovate on everything they do. Glad to see them back making quality music.
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