Alice in Chains' sophomore album still crackles with an affirming thirst for life at the heart of its unrelenting gloom and despair.
Alice in Chains
Fans have unearthed video footage of Alice In Chains' 1989 show at Washington State University which you can watch for the first time ever.
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.
What happened in Seattle during the early ‘90s wasn’t magic. It was capitalism – and it might never happen again.
Just when you thought all the viral cat videos had been made...
A Wisconsin radio station may have done more harm than good when they banned all Seattle music from their broadcasts, because now Alice In Chains are involved.
Alice In Chains singer and guitarist William DuVall has shared his thoughts on the racial tensions in our country.
You don't have to look too hard to find the physical manifestations of very delicate race relations throughout America.
Nobody ever set out to be a grunge icon — at least nobody who actually became one.
It was either Jean-Paul Sartre or Axl Rose who said, "Nothing lasts forever, even cold November rain," and truer words might never have been spoken (or shrilly sung).