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Chris Cornell to Front Mad Season With the Seattle Symphony

Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and Guns N' Roses' Duff McKagan will join the living members of Mad Season for a special performance with the Seattle Symphony.

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Mad Season Performance Footage of ‘River of Deceit’ Surfaces

Mad Season's run sadly ended before its time, as two of the band's members -- Layne Staley and John Baker Saunders -- died before a second album was ever completed. However, the group's two surviving members -- Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready and Screaming Trees drummer Barrett Martin -- recently decided to revisit some of the uncompleted material for a deluxe edition 'Above' album reissue package. Included in that set is the band's final live performance and a clip for 'River of Deceit' from the 'Above' album has found its way online courtesy of Classic Rock Magazine.

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Mad Season’s Barrett Martin Reminisces About Late Frontman Layne Staley

Mad Season's tenure was short, but it's no less of a fond memory for drummer Barrett Martin. The musician, who was probably better known for his work behind the kit with Screaming Trees back in their '90s heyday, offers up a few remembrances of his late Mad Season bandmate Layne Staley in a new video posted at Diffuser.fm.

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Mad Season Debut Lost Song ‘Locomotive’ With Mark Lanegan

In the midst of the '90s, the grunge rock supergroup Mad Season emerged, led by Alice in Chains' Layne Staley with Pearl Jam's Mike McCready, Screaming Trees' Barrett Martin and the Walkabouts' John Baker Saunders completing the lineup. The band released one album, 'Above,' and were working on a second disc of music that was never finished before both Saunders and Staley passed away. However, just last year McCready and Martin decided to revisit their Mad Season work and see if they could complete what was started.

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Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready Announces Mad Season Will Reform With Screaming Trees Singer

Mad Season — the grunge-era, Seattle-based supergroup that featured current and former members of Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, Screaming Trees and the Walkabouts — released just one album before singer Layne Stayley left the band in 1997. The death of bassist John Baker Saunders two years later seemed to put them to rest for good, but Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready, who also played guitar in Mad Season, has announced that the group is reforming with former Screaming Trees frontman Mark Lanegan taking over lead vocals.

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