Prepare to rock.
Alice In Chains
“Brooding, angsty and full of grit, but still gentle enough to soothe last night’s hangover.”
They dedicated ‘Nutshell’ to the late drummer.
It’s been a year since we lost one of the greatest rock frontmen. RIP Chris Cornell.
It sounds too good to be true, but it’s not.
“One of the greatest singers in rock and roll history” would have turned 50 this month.
An original story using grunge classics as its soundtrack.
New Tune In The Box!
Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the LP
The Alice In Chains frontman would have been 49 this week.
Just a man and his box.
Not only that, but they’ve also dropped their brutal new single ‘Crucifixion’.
The soul diva meets fallen grunge icons in ‘Smells Like Adele’
The Black Keys, Alice In Chains, MGMT and more pay tribute to their murdered friend.
More details are beginning to emerge about the new Deftones album. Frontman Chino Moreno has let the cat out of the bag on one particular guest cameo, revealing that the band have tapped Alice In Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell to lay down a guest solo on the forthcoming disc, which is expected to drop around
Former Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver bassist Duff McKagan has penned a new memoir entitled How To Be A Man (And Other Illusions), and he’s just christened it with its own theme song. The forthcoming book will be accompanied by a three-song EP, led by titular track How To Be A Man which features
Current members of Soundgarden, Pearl Jam and Alice In Chains, and a former member of Guns N’ Roses have teamed up for a huge Seattle concert titled Sonic Evolution, the fourth annual concert organised by the Seattle Symphony in celebration of Seattle’s musical history. What’s more, footage of the musicians reviving tracks by Mad Season
Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor appeared onstage recently, without his trademark mask, at The Roxy in West Hollywood for an all-star Christmas show, and delivered a scorching performance of Alice in Chains’ Them Bones alongside guitarist Dave Navarro. The performance was a part of a two-night residency performance by Royal Machines, an “all-star covers fun-times band”