After the comeback in 2009 with "Black Gives Way to Blue" (featuring new singer William Duvall), Alice in Chains are working on a new album.
The band plans to head into the studio early this year, according to Jerry Cantrell. The break between records wasn't originally intended to be three years, but Cantrell had to deal with some medical ailments: "I had shoulder surgery. I had to get some bone spurs and torn cartilage taken care of, so that put me back a little bit", he said to Rolling Stone. "But we’ve been writing through the whole process".
Cantrell added that the new record wouldn't have any guest stars like they did with Elton John last time, saying, "That's just the universe lining up right. I had nothing to do with that other than asking. What he is, beyond anything else, is a fucking amazing musician. And he's the guy who inspired me to start playing music, so to have him play on one of our records – especially such a meaningful record, where we're restarting our musical careers and saying goodbye and honoring our buddy – it's a tremendous thing".
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