LISTEN TO FORMER JANE’S ADDICTION BASSIST ERIC AVERY’S NEW SONG “BENEATH THE GROUND”

Published On February 18, 2013 | By Brett Buchanan | Featured

Former Jane’s Addiction bassist Eric Avery has released “Beneath The Ground [quark]” on his BandCamp page. Avery released his debut solo album Help Wanted in 2008, and has been at work on a followup since leaving Jane’s Addiction in 2010.

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  • http://www.youtube.com/kicksexoutthevan Lee Jarrod

    I like it. Nice mix of his bass with electronic elements without being annoying and “dubsteppy” about it. Id like to hear an entire album of his material.

  • Rick

    “Help Wanted” is definitely worth checking out. he also had a group in L.A. called Polarbear for a few years which put out a couple recordings in limited release.

  • Chris

    Had the pleasure of meeting Avery after one of the Garbage shows when he toured with them…I couldn’t have been more pleased. Totally nice, down to earth, humble guy, and even signed my Deconstruction CD! His album Help Wanted is good, but dark, like his current new song, Beneath the Ground. Still great though. And in response to Rick above me, I own one of the Polar Bear albums “Why Something Into Nothing” and its fantastic. I’m an Avery supporter all the way.

  • Chris

    *Correction: The Polar Bear album is “Why Something Instead of Nothing”