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Referencing Staley's guest-singing appearance with Tool on the song "Opiate", the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported, "At KISW-FM's 'Rockstock' concert at the Kitsap County Fairgrounds in Bremerton in May 1994—just a month after the death of Kurt Cobain—Staley made a surprise appearance.
He struggled throughout his career with severe drug addiction, which eventually led to his death in April 2002.Layne Staley was born to Phil Staley and Nancy McCallum (née Layne) in Kirkland, Washington.Social Security Death Index; Layne T.Staley; 532-94-9838 He was seven years old when his parents divorced, after which he was raised by his mother and stepfather, Jim Elmer.
The band eventually took the name of Alice in Chains.Alice in Chains released their debut album Facelift on August 21, 1990.
The group recorded parts one and two of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall" for the soundtrack to Robert Rodriguez's 1998 horror/sci-fi film, The Faculty, with a music video filmed for part two.
On VH1's Celebrity Rehab with Dr.Drew, Layne's mother told Starr that Layne, too, could have called 911, but did not.
The self-titled album debuted at the top of the U.S.charts, and has since been awarded—along with Facelift and Jar of Flies—double platinum status. With the exceptions of "Grind", "Heaven Beside You", and "Over Now", the lyrics are all written by Staley, making this album his greatest lyrical contribution to the band's catalogue.