Alice In Chains Jar Of Flies
  • The melodic groove combined with Layne Staley's vocal efforts creates an unforgettable musical experience
  • I highly recommend Jar Of Flies to anyone who enjoys powerful music


    • by Charles Brown
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      Alice in Chains rose to super stardom in the early 90’s while the “grunge” scene was in full effect. They remain one of my most cherished bands even to this day. Jar Of Flies was released on January 24, 1994.

      The studio EP revealed the depth of the band and won them critical acclaim


      with fans and critics alike. Love, drug addiction, relationship, and fear were common themes explored by the EP.

      Layne Staley’s melodic vocals characterized the sound of the talented band. His personal battle with heroin addiction further elevated the hauntingly memorable performances.

      Jar Of Flies is the perfect example of the human condition. It also demonstrates ...


      • how creative expression has the power to turn pain, sadness, and hope into inspiration for others.

        The music is powerful, eerie, complex, and delivered without comparison to any band within the same genre. The song “Nutshell” remains an anthem for confused youth and depression the world over.

        It is ironically prophetic to the untimely

        death of Layne Staley in 2002. Fans of the band enjoy the experimental guitar style of Jerry Cantrell.

        The melodic groove combined with Layne Staley’s vocal efforts creates an unforgettable musical experience. I highly recommend Jar Of Flies to anyone who enjoys powerful music.

        It is a remarkable journey into the lives of four brilliant musicians.


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