Listen to THOU Cover “Them Bones” By Alice In Chains


  Avant-garde Sludge Metal chameleons THOU have released a cover of the classic  Alice In Chains track ‘Them Bones’, which is featured on the forthcoming Magnetic Eye Redux series installment Dirt [Redux] More information about this record can be found … Continue reading


Listen to Khemmis Cover “Down In A Hole” By Alice In Chains for “Dirt Redux”


Magnetic Eye Records just dropped the first single from Dirt [Redux]. Colorado doom metal quartet Khemmis chose ‘Down In A Hole’, originally the fourth track on Alice In Chains’ 1992 classic, Dirt (Columbia Records). Listen to the song now!


ALBUM REVIEW:  Various Artists – Dirt Redux


Alice in Chains, when spoken out loud, is understood by all in earshot. Love them or not, every person who says they enjoy rock music in some format knows who they are. One of their finest works was the 1992 classic, Dirt (Columbia Records), which spawned five radio hits, peaked at number six on the Billboard charts, and has sold over five million copies worldwide. Now, twenty-eight years later, the next generation of rock stars have paid tribute to a timeless classic by each taking on a track to cover however they want; thus, was born, Dirt Redux (Magnetic Eye Records).  Continue reading


Listen To Eternal Void’s Death Metal Cover of Alice In Chains’ “Them Bones”


Eternal Void has streamed their released gnarly cover of Alice In Chains classic ‘Them Bones’. The track has seen many covers and been featured in video games like Madden, Grand Theft Auto, Guitar Hero, and even in the film, Street … Continue reading


The Weekly Ritual Rock and Metal News Show 9-30-22 – All Rise Edition


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REVIEW: William DuVall: Live at Cutting Room


If you have read these web pages of Ghost Cult, you know one of our favorite albums of 2019 is the solo debut album from William DuVall of Alice In Chains. While many know him for fronting that legendary band since their comeback in 2006. However, as discussed in our review of One Alone, DuVall’s lengthy career has traversed genres and time-space in a way that all great singer/songwriters can. The album is introspective, yet fiery and lends itself to this solo setting. With the artist doing a brief tour to promote the release, we were excited to see a new side of the man in person at Cutting Room in midtown east neighborhood of Manhattan.  Continue reading