Jerry Cantrell (Alice In Chains) Talks Music Piracy: You hardly have any control over your own music.

Jerry Cantrell of Alice In Chains talks about another important issue about music piracy that effects both the band and it’s fans, the inability to safely share new material.

But with the advent of the Internet and sharing and shit going everywhere, you can’t do that anymore. We really haven’t been playing anything off the new record that’s not out yet.

We used to play new stuff all of the time. When we were touring ‘Facelift,’ we probably played half of ‘Dirt’ on the end of that tour. It’s a cool thing to be able to do, but you hardly have any control over your own music.

We’d rather wait until you get the best quality version of what we created before you start getting shitty iPhone versions from crappy gigs.

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