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Originally formed in 1987, the band Alice in Chains is best known for its grunge and heavy metal style music albums. Band members include Jerry Cantrell, William Duvall, Mike Inez, Sean Kinney and the late Layne Staley. Alice in Chains has been nominated for seven Grammy Awards, all nominations are for the Best Hard Rock Performance. The band won MTV Video Music Award's Best Video title for their 1993 song "Would?". The band has released four studio albums, two live albums and two DVD's. Alice in Chains came in the international spotlight in the 1990s, as part of the increasing grunge and heavy metal styles, selling over 17 million albums. Two of the group's albums, "Jar of Flies" and "Alice in Chains" took the number one spot among the Billboard 200 albums. Fourteen of the group's songs were among the top ten Mainstream Rock Music Charts.
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Alice in Chains was the brainchild of Layne Staley, who grouped up with Cantrell and Kinney's original funk band, Diamond Lie. Diamond Lie subsequently broke up and the three got together as "Alice in Chains". A local promoter, Randy Hauser, offered the band a chance for some demo recordings. Despite some setbacks along the way, their demo reached Columbia Records who signed the group. The first song that brought the band into the limelight was "Man in the Box", a classic example of grunge style music. The band's first complete album, "Facelift" was released a few months later and made it to number 42 among the billboard top 200. By the end of the year, "Facelift" was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.
The band well known for its impressive live performances landed the opening slot for the Clash of the Titans gaining popularity with heavy metal fans. The group's second album "Dirt", was released with very good reviews. Following its release, member Mike Starr left and was replaced by Mike Inez. Dirt was certified platinum by the end of 1the year, however its dark lyrics formulated rumors that Layne Staley was addicted to heroin. Alice in Chains bravely countered such criticism, continuing a string of live performances while "Dirt" crossed sales of three million copies. The band's first EP "Jar of Flies" instantly topped the charts adding to their list of successful albums.
In 2002 fans were shocked to learn that Layne Staley had died due to an overdose of heroin and cocaine effectively putting an end to the band's legacy. The band performed only once after the death of its founder. A number of different performers filled in for Staley but the position was finally filled by William Duvall. The group's come back album, "Black gives way to Blue" was released in 2009 followed by an international tour of Europe and a very catchy performance in Australia's Sound wave Festival.
Despite the gap left by Staley, the fans love Duvall. In a live concert, by the end of the first song, the audience rushes forward to embrace the new lead singer. To his credit, he does not try to imitate Staley's style but carries on with his own, bringing 'magic' to the band, and helping them rise from the ashes. After years of solitude Alice in Chains is back on the road, they're determined to make an impression unlike any other, and this revival of grunge and metal music is one that must not be missed. Reviewers describe the performances in two words: Auditory Perfection. Its time you got to hear some, too. Don't miss out this opportunity to witness the legendary band performing live. Grab your Alice in the Chains tickets today.
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