Anyone that’s ever been to a Jane’s Addiction show knows that it transcends the basic concert experience. With Perry Farrell leading the charge, Jane’s Addiction mix their musical talents with the most innovative performance art morphing into a rock 'n’ roll carnival night after night. The band is set to unleash 'Live in NYC,' and Loudwire has an exclusive preview of the band's performance of the classic track 'Jane Says.'
Young rockers Aaralyn and Izzy from Murp have garnered the attention of Jane's Addiction's Dave Navarro, who recently commented on Twitter about their cover of 'Mountain Song.' For those not in the know, Murp are definitely being raised to love metal, as evidenced by three years' worth of YouTube clips. And there's no doubt that the singer and drummer definitely "metal up" this Jane's classic.
Bassist Eric Avery recently exited Nine Inch Nails after being named one of the band's new members earlier this year and the news caught the eye of Avery's onetime bandmate in Jane's Addiction -- guitarist Dave Navarro. During his online radio show 'Dark Matter,' the axeman used the platform to rail against Avery's recent move and past actions.
Jane's Addiction have enjoyed a storied career that's featured a wealth of great music. In a very short span from the late '80s through the early '90s, they had a string of solid tracks from the 'Nothing's Shocking' and 'Ritual de lo Habitual' albums. Then, over the past decade, they've reunited twice to record new albums. This Readers Poll asks Jane's Addiction fans to let us know what official single from their catalog is your favorite.
Trent Reznor has just unveiled some drop-to-your-knees-and-praise-the-lord-type of exciting news. He has confirmed that Nine Inch Nails are officially rebooted with a fresh, all-star lineup, blending previous NIN collaborators along with new members plucked from celebrated acts such as Jane's Addiction, King Crimson and Puscifer. And as if that wasn't cool enough, Nine Inch Nails are also set to embark on a U.S. tour this fall, with Billboard reporting that they will also headline Lollapalooza this summer.
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards were held last night (Feb. 10), and it was business as usual for the famed awards show. Music's biggest names walked the carpet, while shiny golden gramophones were given out to rock artists such as the Black Keys, Halestorm and Trent Reznor + Atticus Ross. However, a sense of disarray resonated with various musicians, who took to Twitter in order to vent their disapproval of the Grammy Awards.