William DuVall Still Settling In With Alice In Chains

(Classic Rock) Alice In Chains frontman William DuVall says he's "still settling in" with the band, even though he's been with them for seven years now.

He joined in 2006 following the death of Layne Staley four years previously, and made his first studio appearance with them on 2009′s Black Gives Way To Blue. His second album with the band, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here, is due on May 27.

DuVall tells GuitarPlayer.com: "I would say we're still settling in it's always work in progress. There are a lot of things that we have in common, then there are a lot of things that set us very much apart from one another."

He describes his role as "everything from writing riffs to providing counterpoint to what Jerry Cantrell is doing, to doubling what he's doing, to playing solos. It's really everything that you would expect from a two-guitar band." more on this story

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