Alice in Chains released their appearance on MTV's 'Unplugged' on July 30, 1996.
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Jerry Cantrell says that their 2009 song about their deceased lead singer is "still really tough for me to listen to.”
Layne Staley fronted Alice in Chains for the last time when they opened up for Kiss on July 3, 1996.
Seattle audio designer Jesse Holt tweeted that he's finishing tracks recorded by the late frontman of Alice in Chains before he died in 2002.
Alice In Chains resurfaced for the first time in two years to record for MTV, but it's unlikely anyone knew it would be one of their singer's final shows.
Alice in Chains were never a grunge band in the Sub Pop sense of the word, but they came to define a metallic edge of the genre.
While the wave of mainstream grunge crashed after just a couple years, the impact is still visible everywhere.
While the world wouldn't know it for another two weeks, it was 14 years ago today that the reclusive frontman of Alice in Chains died of a heroin overdose.
Alice in Chains frontman Layne Staley and members of Pearl Jam, Screaming Trees assembled for just one album as Mad Season, but 'Above' took grunge to experimental new heights.
He was with Alice in Chains only for their first two albums, but Mike Starr struggled with demons that haunted him until the end.