VIDEO: Rainier Fog // ARTIST: Alice In Chains
Raise a cold one to the Masters of Metal as Alice In Chains unveil a bodaciously cheeky new clip for title track 'Rainier Fog' off their most recent Grammy-nominated release.
Embracing their ongoing love for tongue-in-cheek clips, Seattle icons Alice In Chains put their maternal and beverage-loving tendencies on display in 'Rainier Fog', with the group happening upon a pack of humanoid beer bottles in the wild, departing with one in their care before a tumultuous series of events leads them to release said bottle back into the wild - you know, just typical AIC goodness.
But all lols and brews aside, there's a whole lot to like about 'Rainier Fog', gifting us further insight into the sparkling wit and cheeky charm that has accompanied the seminal group throughout their staggering career; and at its heart, it's just a totally thumping sonic good time.
“In a world where things are becoming increasingly serious, with ‘Rainier Fog’ we have continued our long tradition of making asses out of ourselves in videos,” says drummer Sean Kinney. “So for all of you that were raised bottle-fed, this one is for you. Mission accomplished.” “We had a great time working with Peter Darley Miller again,” says vocalist/guitarist Jerry Cantrell. “We made AIC 23 in 2013 with him, which was amazing. We had a blast making the ‘Rainier Fog’ music video, which continues the northwest theme of the record. We hope you enjoy it and have a laugh.”
With their latest full-length 'Rainier Fog' still burning bright after leaping into the world last year (scooping up a Billboard #1 and a Grammy nom for 'Best Rock Album) and off the back of some huge live appearances already in 2019, the timing is more than perfect to spread some madcap fun - and the clip for 'Rainier Fog' truly lets a hilarious genie out of the bottle from everyone's favourite grunge-tinged metal machines.
THE BRAND NEW CLIP FOR 'RAiNIER FOG' IS OUT AND ABOUT NOW +
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BY TIANA SPETER