The latest video from the grunge goliaths is truly outlandish.
The extensive trek runs from early September through early November.
Featuring full sets from both bands.
Layne Staley didn’t back down after being pelted with objects by Slayer fans at the “Clash of the Titans” tour.
In support of their first record in two decades, Scatter the Rats.
The garment is expected to fetch more than $50,000 when bidding opens up.
The group’s first LP in 20 years arrives in May through Joan Jett’s Blackheart Records.
The guitarist opens up about the decision to continue as Alice in Chains following Layne Staley’s death.
The grunge band’s classic EP was released on January 25th, 1994.
Miley Cyrus, Chris Stapleton, and Miguel also join tomorrow’s star-studded affair.
More than 10 years after recording The Molo Sessions, the Pearl Jam frontman met up with The Walmer High School Choir of South Africa.
Pearl Jam frontman dedicated “Long Road” to the late rocker and Nelson Mandela.