Does Alice in Chains come before Mad Season?

Formed in 1994, Mad Season was made up of Alice in Chains singer Layne Staley, Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, Screaming Trees drummer Barrett Martin and Walkabout bassist John Baker Saunders. The group made only one record together, 1995’s Above, before conflicting obligations pulled them apart.

What bands formed Mad Season?

A Seattle supergroup stitched together from members of Alice In Chains, Screaming Trees and Pearl Jam, Mad Season lasted for six months, six shows and one album before floating off into the ether. Within 10 years, half of the band would be dead, essentially sealing Mad Season’s fate forever.

When was mad season above recorded?

Winter 1994
Above peaked at No. 24 on the Billboard 200 chart. The album has been certified gold by the RIAA in the United States….Above (Mad Season album)

Released March 14, 1995
Recorded Winter 1994
Studio Bad Animals Studio, Seattle, Washington
Genre Grunge alternative rock hard rock

How many albums did Mad Season have?

Live at the Moore1995Live In Cocodrile Cafe1994Sonic Evolution2015River of Deceit / I Don’t Know Anything (live)2012, EP
Mad Season/Albums

Why did Layne Staley go to Mad Season?

Seattle, Washington, U.S. The band went on a semi-permanent hiatus in 1996 due to the band members’ conflicting schedules and Staley’s problems with substance abuse.

Is Chris Cornell in Mad Season?

The concert featured the Seattle Symphony plus guests such as SOUNDGARDEN’s Chris Cornell, PEARL JAM and SOUNDGARDEN drummer Matt Cameron and ex-GUNS N’ ROSES bassist Duff McKagan.

Why did Layne Staley leave Mad Season?

In 1997, attempts were made by McCready, Saunders and Martin to revive Mad Season, although by this point Staley’s health had worsened due to severe drug addiction; he would never perform again after a July 1996 Alice in Chains show. As a result, Mad Season was without a singer.

When did Layne Staley lost his teeth?

“He had a baseball cap on, he had glasses down to the end of his nose, and not very many teeth. It shocked me at first. It looked like death. It was gross.” Jim Elmer doesn’t know exactly when Layne’s tooth loss started, but thinks it was around 1995 or 1996 and said it was a gradual process.

Who sings with Layne Staley in Mad Season’s long gone day?

Mad SeasonLong Gone Day / Artist

What did Mark Lanegan do in Mad Season?

Vocalist Mark Lanegan of Screaming Trees contributes guest vocals on “I’m Above” and “Long Gone Day”; he is also credited for co-writing the music to those tracks along with McCready and Martin.