Alice In Chains played some of their best hits at Rock In Rio

Two years after the last visit to Brazil, the Alice In Chains was present on the metal in Rock In Rio During the show, the Seattle band did a mix of their best known hits like "Them Bones" and "Dam That River" and new songs from their latest album "The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here”, released this year.

William Duvall, who replaced original singer Layne Stayley after his death in 2005, captivated the audience. But the crowd got in full swing during the performance of "Man In The Box", the success of the band's debut album,"Facelift", 1990.

The night ended with "Would" followed by "Rooster", a song that addresses the guitarist Jerry Cantrell’s father who went by the nickname “Rooster” while serving with the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War.

Check out the performance of "Man In The Box" below: