- Mon May 27, 2013, 6:50 AM GMT
In the next chapter of Alice in Chains book 'The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here', the rockers will take fans to a new territory they haven't been to before.READ MORE
Alice in Chains was formed in 1987 by guitarist Jerry Cantrell, bassist Mike Starr, drummer Sean Kinney and vocalist Layne Staley. They found commercial and artistic success in the early '90s, which stressed Staley's increasingly clear abuse of heroin. They made a good start by ruling Billboard Heatseeker with their debut album "Facelift".
Soon, they were flooded with various offers from scoring a movie, which they did by contributing song "Would?" to Cameron Crowe's film "Singles". Through the visuals work of the single, the band received an award for Best Video from a Film at the 1993 MTV Video Music Awards. After releasing their second album "Dirt" which sent them to the top 10 on Hot 200, they landed a gig at the prestigious Lollapalooza.
His family, pals and fans listened to the band's song in Seattle, Washington, on Sunday, March 20 as the water sprayed from its famous fountains stunned them when they gave final respect to him.READ MORE
Starr has been caught for drug charge after cops busted him for possessing a controlled substance on Thursday, February 17 in Salt Lake City, Utah.READ MORE
Alice in Chains are sharing screen with one of the 'Project Runway' alumni Amanda Fields in the 'Your Decision' music video.READ MORE