ALICE IN CHAINS: Video Clips From Last Night's Sayreville Concert Posted Online

CheechAndChong.com has uploaded several video clips of ALICE IN CHAINS' headlining performance at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey Friday night (August 4). Check out the clips — including an intro by comedian Jim Breuer — at this location.

As previously reported, "The Essential Alice in Chains" (Sony/Legacy) — a two-CD ALICE IN CHAINS compilation that originally was slated to be released more than two years ago — has had its release date pushed back once again — this time to September 5 from the previously announced July 25.

ALICE IN CHAINSJerry Cantrell, Sean Kinney, Mike Inez and William DuVall (who is handling lead vocals for the group) — kicked off a new run of U.S. tour dates on July 29 at Columbia Meadows in Portland, Oregon.

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