William DuVall Reveals Why Alice In Chains Had A Four Year Gap Between Albums
Alice In Chains singer/guitarist William DuVall discussed the 4 year gap between Black Gives Way to Blue and The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here in a new interview with RipItUp:
“A lot of that was due to our own particular brand of meticulousness and willingness to take the time to see even more time, y’know what I mean?” he laughs when queried about the fouryear period between records.
“Everyone has their work flow and with this group it tends to kind of involve seasons coming and going, babies being born, empires rising and falling, and between that all, time in the studio. But if you’re lucky enough to be able to take that time then that’s one prerogative and it’s cool and it’s rare that anyone has the luxury to do that these days.”