Alice In Chains
Jason Newsted, who played bass in Metallica for 15 years (and Ozzy Osbourne‘s band for a year), sums it up nicely: “Black Sabbath is timeless, ageless, and I guess could be considered the godfathers of our kind of music.”
“A cloud is my home/ Only some get in/ Got a ‘maginary friend” sounds like something famed humorist/atheist Bill Maher may have written if he was a songwriter.
In the ’90s and ’00s, rock fans spent their cash each summer on a variety of traveling summer festivals.
What do Alice in Chains and Counting Crows have in common? No, I’m not talkin’ about their Hair Club for Men membership…
I’m pretty sure all the pyro blowin’ up onstage at the slew of Big Rock Gigs this week will totally TRUMP even the best 4th of July fireworks finale!
One of the coolest moments from last month’s Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony was seeing Seattle legends Heart get their dues, at long last.
“My name is Chris Cornell, and I’m here to induct my hometown heroes, Heart.” That’s how the Sound Garden frontman started his Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame induction speech.
The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony – set to take place at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE on April 18 – has just added a lot of star power to its […]
Currently enjoying the No. 1 at rock radio for nearly six weeks with “Hollow,” Alice In Chains have released the cover art for their controversial fifth album, The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here.
At the height of the ’90s “grunge” era, members of three of Seattle’s biggest bands got together for a side-project that has taken on legendary status. Mad Season featured Pearl Jam‘s guitarist Mike McCready, Alice In Chains‘ frontman Layne Staley and Screaming Trees drummer Barrett Martin (along with a lesser-known bass player named John Baker Saunders). Their sole album, Above, featured a couple of classic songs, including “River Of Deceit,” “Wake Up” and “I Don’t Know Anything.”