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15 Years Ago: Jerry Cantrell Tries to Leave Alice in Chains Behind on ‘Degradation Trip’

Roadrunner Records
Roadrunner Records

Jerry Cantrell looked to step out of the large, looming shadow of Alice in Chains with his second solo album, 'Degradation Trip,' which came out in 2002.

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Jerry Cantrell Recalls How Alice in Chains Developed Their Twin-Vocal Sound

Buda Mendes, Getty Images
Buda Mendes, Getty Images

Alice in Chains developed their unique twin-vocal sound thanks to Layne Staley encouraging Jerry Cantrell to sing more.

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20 Years Ago: Layne Staley Performs One of His Final Shows With Alice In Chains for ‘Unplugged’

Frank Micelotta Archive, Getty Images
Frank Micelotta Archive, Getty Images

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.

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14 Years Ago: Alice In Chains Frontman Layne Staley Dies From a Drug Overdose

Anthony Clayton
Anthony Clayton

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.

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Five Years Ago: Former Alice in Chains Bassist Mike Starr Dies of a Drug Overdose

Columbia
Columbia

He was with Alice in Chains only for their first two albums, but Mike Starr struggled with demons that haunted him until the end.

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20 Years Ago: Alice in Chains Release Their Self-Titled Third Album

Columbia
Columbia

Just as their music was moving further away from darkness, Alice in Chains released what would end up being their final album with frontman Layne Staley.

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23 Years Ago: Alice in Chains Dig Deep With ‘Dirt’

Frank Micelotta, Getty Images
Frank Micelotta, Getty Images

Alice in Chains' sophomore album still crackles with an affirming thirst for life at the heart of its unrelenting gloom and despair.

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