Layne Staley, lead singer of Alice in Chains, died of a drug overdose on April 5, 2002.
Alice in Chains
Check out the just-discovered band Kitties in Chains and their rocking new song "Cat in the Box."
By 1994, Alice in Chains were not only one of grunge’s biggest names, but already counted among the world’s most popular rock bands of any kind.
William DuVall, the singer who replaced the late Layne Staley in Alice in Chains, claims he was racially profiled by California police five years ago.
The owner of Seattle's London Bridge Studio has died.
With Alice in Chains and Jane's Addiction as headliners, the 2013 Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival tour promises to be one of the hardest-rocking shows of the summer. Ultimate Classic Rock is teaming up with Alice in Chains and our sister sites Loudwire and Diffuser.fm to offer a flyaway trip for two to Phoenix, Ariz. for the Sept. 13 stop, including an opportunity to meet Alice in Chains!