Alice in Chains’ seminal 1992 sophomore album Dust just lately celebrated its thirtieth anniversary. In honor of the event, Heavy Consequence requested numerous artists backstage on the 2022 Louder Than Life pageant to replicate on the long-lasting LP.
Dust is Alice in Chains’ most profitable album, having been licensed five-times platinum within the US alone. It’s additionally thought of by many to be their masterpiece, with such memorable songs as “Them Bones,” “Down in a Gap,” “Rooster,” and “Would?,” amongst others.
Within the video above, Halestorm singer-guitarist Lzzy Hale praises the band’s “no-holds barred” strategy to music, citing the band’s distinctive “time signatures and harmonies and melodies” as what makes Dust stand out as a basic album.
Papa Roach singer Jacoby Shaddix chimes in, “I used to be blown away after I heard that report for the primary time. It was this reflection of this darkness I had in myself.”
Sevendust’ vocalist Lajon Witherspoon declares, “Alice in Chains modified my life. They had been positively a motion. Layne [Staley’s] vocals had been unimaginable, the harmonies with Jerry [Cantrell]. They’re positively the basis to loads of the bands which are sill present proper now. Their legacy won’t ever die.”
Additionally providing their ideas are Halestorm’s Arejay Hale, Mastodon’s Invoice Kelliher, Tetrarch’s Diamond Rowe, Baroness’ John Baizley and Gina Gleason, Suicide SIlence’s Chris Garza, Amigo the Satan, Spiritbox’s Courtney LaPlante, and Taipei Houston’s Myles and Layne Ulrich, the latter of whom was named after Layne Staley.
For individuals who missed it, Consequence‘s podcast The Opus just lately ran a four-part complete collection on Dust, together with appearances from among the artists included within the video, in addition to a number of others. Hearken to Episode 1 beneath, and likewise you should definitely try episodes 2, 3, and 4.
Watch above to see the aforementioned musicians talk about Alice in Chains’ legendary album Dust.
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