Watch: Metallica, Korn, Mastodon and More Cover Alice in Chains

  • Axl Rosenberg

Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) recently bestowed its coveted Founders Awards upon Alice in Chains. The special livestream event featured a number of notable participants covering AiC classics from throughout the years, including Metallica, Korn, Mastodon, Slipknot’s Corey Taylor, and Fishbone, as well as members of Guns N’ Roses, Nirvana, Soundgarden, Jane’s Addiction, Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, Smashing Pumpkins, and others. It also included some performances from Alice in Chains themselves.

Below, you can watch both Metallica and Korn’s interpretations of “Would?”; you can watch the entire event below that. The setlist was as follows:

  • Alice in Chains – “Your Decision”
  • Ann Wilson (Heart) – “Rooster”
  • Dave Navarro, Taylor Hawkins, Corey Taylor, Chris Chaney – “Man in the Box”
  • Duff McKagan & Shooter Jennings – “Down in a Hole”
  • Korn – “Would?”
  • Nancy Wilson, Mark Lanegan, Liv Warfield  – “Brother”
  • Fishbone – “Them Bones”
  • David’s Van – “Dam That River”
  • The Human Missile Crisis – “Swing On This”
  • Katyrose – “Your Decision”
  • Talaya. – “All I Am”
  • Dallas Green – “Rain When I Die
  • Liv Warfield – “Put You Down
  • Mastodon – “Again
  • Kim Thayil with Shaina Shepherd, Bubba Dupree, Bill Herzog and Nathan Yaccino – “It Ain’t Like That”
  • Krist Novoselic & Kim Thayil with Jillian Raye, Jennifer Johnson, Jeff Fielder and Ben Smith – “Drone”
  • Lily Cornell Silver with Chris Degarmo –  “Black Gives Way to Blue”
  • Mark Lanegan & Maggie Bjorklund with Jeff Fielder, Ben Smith and Ryan Waters – “Nutshell”
  • Ayron Jones with Jeff Fielder, Ben Smith, Andy Stoller, Ryan Waters – “Heaven Beside You”
  • Members of Soundgarden with Tad Doyle, Mike McCready and Meagan Grandall – “Angry Chair”
  • Billy Corgan – “Check My Brain”
  • Metallica – “Would?”
  • Alice in Chains – “No Excuses”
  • Eric and Encarnación – “Black Gives Way to Blue”

Metallica – “Would?”

Korn – “Would?”

MoPOP Founders Award 2020 Honoring Alice in Chains

[via Metal Hammer]

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