COREY TAYLOR Performs ALICE IN CHAINS With CANTRELL, INEZ; Photos, Review Available

ARTISTdirect editor Rick Florino has posted an in-depth review of CAMP FREDDY's performance last night (Thursday, May 15) at the Roxy in West Hollywood, California. Corey Taylor of STONE SOUR and SLIPKNOT played three songs with the all-star jam band, which included members of ALICE IN CHAINS and JANE'S ADDICTION. The highlight came during ALICE IN CHAINS' "Them Bones" when Taylor channeled late AIC frontman Layne Staley to the fullest. Other guests that brought the house down included DEF LEPPARD's Vivian Campbell, and the biggest surprise, Chad Smith of RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS.

Check out photos from Getty Images.

Fan-filmed video footage of Corey Taylor performing with ALICE IN CHAINS in Copenhagen, Denmark in June 2006 can be viewed below.

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