Degradation Trip OUT NOW. Welcome video #1 of the Jerry Cantrell / Roadrunner Records era. Check out the brand new video for ‘Anger Rising’ (high speed quicktime file). While you’re at it, hit the streets and pick up the following magazines for some Cantrell press: Kerrang! 4K album review (15th June issue) Kerrang! feature (3 pages, 8th June issue) and Classic Rock 3/5 full page review (July issue). Don’t forget to also take a peek at our totally awesome Cantrell E-Card! All things come full circle, which is why it is only fitting this day has come…Jerry Cantrell has confirmed tour plans which will take him to the end of the summer, well after his current run with Nickelback ends… Starting sometime in July, Jerry Cantrell will be teaming up on the road in the USA with heavyweights Creed. True. A great fuckin’ opportunity for Jerry to show America exactly what the hell rock is all about…Creed & Jerry Cantrell, coming to you this summer. Confirmed dates thus far are as follows: July 15 Charlotte, NC – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater 17 Columbus, – OH Polaris Amphitheater 19 Noblesville, IN – Verizon Wireless Amphitheater 24 Hartforfd, CT – Meadows Music Theatre August 7 Scranton, PA – Montage Mountain 13 Fargo, ND – Fargodome 15 Moline, IL – Mark of the Quad 17 Antioch, TN – Amsouth Amphitheater 24 Hershey, PA – Hershey Stadium. Ever wonder about the simple things in life? Little pranks, goofing around with friends, something you wouldn’t expect to hear each day? Well, Jerry Cantrell is starting to share such of life’s little pleasures from the road. Amongst your internet travels, stop by www.jerrycantrell.com and check out the JOURNAL section…read about some of the small things that go on behind the scene. First journal post is up, Case Of The Green Water. Don’t take life so seriously… Jerry Cantrell is in full swing on the road, currently on tour with Nickelback on the 2002 Jim Beam Road To The Rackhouse tour. Tonight’s show, LA – the Hollywood Palladium. Tomorrow night, it’s the desert plains of Mesa, Arizona. Earlier this month it was the Key Arena in Seattle, WA – a bit of a homecoming for Jerry, absolutely an emotional show. Ann and Nancy Wilson joined Jerry on stage for the singing of the Alice In Chains track “Brother”, a song they dedicated to Layne Staley. “It was pretty amazing,” tells Jerry. Set lists on the road have been consisting of mostly new tracks from Degradation Trip, along with a couple songs from Jerry’s Boggy Depot release and of course a couple Alice tracks. With extreme pleasure, we announce that www.JerryCantrell.com is open for business. Actually, a very cool fuckin’ site, one which runs smooth like a Cadillac. No shit. And, sign up for the mailing list for a chance to win a Gibson guitar. No shit, two times. Check it out. Jerry Cantrell’s debut Roadrunner release Degradation Trip is the next beast to tackle – out now. For the first time, we proudly offer you a taste of what to expect from Jerry Cantrell’s Degradation Trip release. Perhaps you have already heard the song, as radio stations that embraced Alice In Chains now embrace what Jerry is bringing to the table. Whether yes or no, here is a track to take with you and listen whenever you like – “Anger Rising”. An MP3 download of Jerry Cantrell’s “Anger Rising” can now be found in our music section. Check out a couple of live shots of Jerry Cantrell in the gallery, including a duet with Chad Kroeger of Nickelback, taken by Daniel Moss.