The album that kicked off the alternative '90s, 'Ritual de lo Habitual' changed everything.
Nirvana often get credit for firing the first shots of the alternative revolution of the '90s, but it all began nearly a decade earlier with Jane's Addiction.
Daytime temperatures hit 111 degrees, Nine Inch Nails played a one-and-a-half minute set and Jane's Addiction got into a fistfight on stage. It's July 18, 1991.
This year's festival takes place over Halloween weekend in New Orleans.
Festival season is upon us, and with it comes the onslaught of lineup reveals.
"It's music-centric, but it is inclusive of technology, film, theater and even the gastronomic arts. It's going to be the greatest thing I've ever done."
In the midst of the hair metal era, Jane's took to the Sunset Strip to record their live debut.
Art school met shredding guitar in this alternative classic.
If there were any doubts that the Foo Fighters are the biggest band in the world right now, Dave Grohl and company put them to rest last night (Jan. 10).
With the release of their new LP, 'Sonic Highways,' behind them, the unstoppable arena rock force that is the Foo Fighters has moved into full victory lap mode.