August 12th, 2014

Alice in Chains’ Sean Kinney with bandmate Jerry Cantrell’s (fake) white tiger head. (Story here.)

August 10th, 2014

Alice in Chains’ Mike Inez and Jerry Cantrell hang with Kiss cover band Destroyer in Prince George, British Columbia.

(Source: instagram.com)

July 31st, 2014

Alice in Chains perform “Would?” on Guitar Center Sessions. The band’s episode premieres on DirecTV’s Audience Network August 3.

July 29th, 2014

Alice in Chains perform “No Excuses” on Guitar Center Sessions. The band’s episode premieres on DirecTV’s Audience Network August 3.

July 10th, 2014
The record companies and management want you to write on the road. Like, OK, when are you supposed to write the fucking album? Between the catering and soundcheck, or between the interviews and catering? I mean, we’re always throwing riffs around and jamming, but the thing is we’d only write songs about tour buses and catering, so we’ve gotta go home, experience life and reconnect with our families. I have a wonderful wife. I walk in the door and she hands me a dog-shit shovel and says, ‘The dog yard is over there, rockstar. Get to work.’
Alice in Chains’ Mike Inez on approaching the end of their world tour
July 2nd, 2014

Joel McHale rocks the backwards baseball cap/Alice in Chains T-shirt combo in the new horror flick Deliver Us from Evil. BuzzFeed says he’s the best part of the movie.

Related: McHale’s celebrity grunge playlist, featuring AIC’s “Man in the Box” and more.

May 14th, 2014
April 28th, 2014

Watch Alice in Chains perform Facelift's “Confusion” live for the first time in more than 20 years, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Friday. (H/T AlternativeNation.net)

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