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“Building The Perfect Beast” by Don Henley

Five Top-Rated Pop Albums Under $6.99 For Listening Pleasure

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Grab a hold of the recommended albums from Amazon that are soft on your budget.READ MORE

Chris Cornell

Chris Cornell Fans, Family Mark Rocker’s First Death Anniversary

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Family and fans of Chris Cornell held a public vigil to remember the late rock icon on the first anniversary of his death.Alice in Chains also paid tribute to the late rock star by performing songs of Soundgarden.READ MORE

William DuVall of Alice in Chains

Here's Alice In Chain's New Song, 'The One You Know'

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Alice In Chains released its first single in five years called 'The One You Know.' The rock band also dropped an almost five-minute music video for the new single.READ MORE

Chris Stapleton

Guns N' Roses 'Not In This Lifetime' Tour Adds More Openers: Skrillex & Chris Stapleton

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More openers, including Skrillex and Chris Stapleton, are slated to join Guns N’ Roses on their 'Not In This Lifetime Tour' at select stops. It may come as a surprise for some that an electronic producer would join the legendary rock group, but it has been confirmed that he will play with the group at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on Aug. 5.READ MORE

Brent Hinds from Mastodon performs at 2015 Rock in Rio on September 25, 2015 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Listen to Mastodon, Alice In Chains, & The Mars Volta Supergroup Giraffe Tongue Orchestra

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Supergroups are possibly the most hit-or-miss ventures in the music industry. Those attempting to make such a band come together must tread lightly because, no matter what, you're going to a lot of guff about the passé subject from fans and critics. Luckily for the unfortunately named supergroup Giraffe Tongue Orchestra (don't give up on them just yet!), the members featured in this outfit are too enticing to ignore. Musicians from Alice in Chains, Dethklok, Mastodon, The Dillinger Escape Plan and The Mars Volta make up this band, and thanks to some Instagram videos that premiered this week, you can listen to clips of new songs below.READ MORE

Layne Staley

Alice in Chains' Layne Staley as Audioslave Vocalist? It Could Have Happened

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An interesting 'Revelation(s)' has come forward about the creation of Audioslave, a supergroup formed in 2001 by members of Rage Against The Machine and fronted by Soundgarden's Chris Cornell: Layne Staley of Alice in Chains may have been the first choice for vocalist. A former roommate of the deceased musician claimed that the Ragers had reached out and Staley planned on cleaning up and making a run at it after severe years out of the music business.READ MORE

Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam.

5 Great Grunge Documentaries Not Based on Kurt Cobain

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No music documentary has gotten as much hype this year as 'Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck,' the document on the life of Nirvana's frontman featuring new footage, new songs, and potentially even a sex tape featuring Courtney Love (not really...but director Brett Morgen had a chance). Cobain was arguably the most influential musician of the '90s, a demigod among many music icons that emerged from Seattle's grunge scene. We can't wait to check out Montage of Heck but for the time being we recommend you check out these other five documentaries that look at aspects of Seattle's rock scene during the era, looking at Pearl Jam, Mudhoney and more. No, 'Singles' isn't one of them.READ MORE

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Pearl Jam 'Singles' Offshoot Citizen Dick Getting Record Store Day Release of Original Track 'Touch Me I'm Dick'

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A lost grunge classic will finally get an official release on Record Store Day, as the essentially-Pearl-Jam band Citizen Dick, one of the focal points of the Cameron Crowe film Singles, will drop its single "Touch Me I'm Dick" as an exclusive 7" record.READ MORE

Mike McCready

Mad Season Reunion Show Featured Guns N' Roses, Soundgarden, Alice in Chains Members [SETLIST]

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Mad Season is one of the last '90s groups that people expected to reunite. For one, they were a one-off supergroup to begin with. Secondly, two of the four members (John Baker Saunders and Layne Staley) have passed away.READ MORE

Alice in Chains brings the Blue Thunder at CenturyLink Field.

NFC Championship Halftime Show: Fan Video Captures Alice in Chains Concert that FOX Sports Blocked with Commentator Chatter

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If you tuned into the NFC Championship game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Green Bay Packers, hopefully you stuck around long enough to see the home team overcome its 16-0 halftime deficit and pull off one of the more shocking comebacks in NFL playoff history. If you left at halftime because FOX didn't broadcast Alice in Chains performance-instead giving us the pleasure of hearing Jimmy Johnson share remarkable insights like that Russell Wilson needed to play better-we don't blame you. Good news however: Although FOX opted to ruin the fun for everyone not actually at the game, fan video has emerged online of the band's performance.READ MORE

William DuVall

Alice In Chains to Play NFC Championship Game Halftime Show on FOX

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The Seattle Seahawks will be getting a sonic boost during Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers, as hometown grunge heroes Alice in Chains are set to perform the contest's halftime show.READ MORE

Mike McCready

Chris Cornell, Duff McKagan Will Play Mad Season Reunion with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra

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One of grunge's most beloved bands, Mad Season, will reunite in January with the help of two big names. Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and former Guns N' Roses member Duff McKagan will fill in for deceased members Layne Staley and John Baker Saunders. Surviving members Mike McCready (Pearl Jam) and Barrett Martin will lead the reunion, which will feature the Seattle Symphony Orchestra.READ MORE

Kurt Cobain at Nirvana's 'MTV Unplugged' show.

'MTV Unplugged's Best Performances: The Obvious (Nirvana, Eric Clapton) and Less Obvious as Well

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November 26, 1989 marked the first airing of MTV's Unplugged series, a showcase that took some of the best bands across many generations and gave viewers a new look. The performers themselves often praised the program due to its live nature and its promotion of differing from the same ol' songs that get repeated so often. Squeeze was the first band featured but many other high acts jumped on the bandwagon over the years. Music Times chose eight classic performances worth revisiting.READ MORE

Ryan Adams

Ryan Adams Plays A Cover Of Alice In Chains 'Nutshell' [LISTEN]

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The covers keep coming from singer-songwriter Ryan Adams with new fan footage of the artists reworking Alice in Chains' 1994 song "Nutshell."READ MORE

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10 Songs With Spoken Word Guest Spots: Michael Jackson, Daft Punk, And More

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When someone performs a guest spot on another artist's song, you can usually expect him or her to sing, or play an instrument, or even contribute a rap verse. However, these 10 songs feature guests performing spoken word contributions.READ MORE

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