Drugs, Riots, Broken Bones: Inside Alice in Chains' 'Dirt'
Alice in Chains' 1992 masterpiece, Dirt, is a pinnacle of grunge's gnarled, trudging instrumentation and its tortured motifs of mental and physical anguish. It's also a document of a band in the throes of chaos — dealing with serious drug addiction, broken bones, internal firings, the trappings of fame and being surrounded by the everyday violence of early-Nineties Los Angeles. These are 10 stories that you (likely) didn't know about the timeless brilliance that is Dirt, and the crazy shit that proceeded and followed its release. Watch now.