Of all the grunge acts of the ‘90s, there were just a handful of bands that were truly talented. Alice In Chains was easily one of the finest groups to come out of that era, and it looks like we may see them perform once again. Earlier this year, the three surviving members of the band reunited for the first time since 1996, featuring an ensemble of all-star vocalists filling in for the late Layne Staley. Jerry Cantrell, Mike Inez and Sean Kinney enjoyed getting back together so much that they are considering doing something similar again.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, the band’s co-manager Bill Siddon said: “The guys had so much fun that they thought maybe there's something else we want to do. We'd love to find a way to let these guys perform together and have the fun they had and honor and respect what they created in the past, as well as Layne's contributions."
Instead of piecing together a nationwide tour, they are looking for more unique opportunities instead. Siddon added: “We might do a date here or there if there are opportunities to get a special guest to sing. That's been discussed. More likely at this point we'll do benefits rather than paying gigs."