The Kings of Quarantine pool members of Mastodon, Limp Bizkit, In Flames, 311, The Used, Filter, and Veruca Salt to cover Jane’s Addiction’s “Mountain Song”

Posted by Ramon Gonzales in Culture on January 13, 2021

The collective is led by Bill Kelliher of Mastodon and Slaves On Dope’s Jason Rockman and Kevin Jardine. Proceeds from the downloads of the track benefit the Roadie Relief initiative.

The collective that has evolved into The Kings of Quarantine are back with another killer collaboration effort, this time taking on the Jane’s Addiction classic, “Mountain Song”.

Led by Jason Rockman and Kevin Jardine of Slaves on Dope and Bill Kelliher of Mastodon, the ensemble cast for the latest installment included Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland, Louise Post of Versa Salt, P-Nut of 311, Richard Patrick of Filter, The Used’s Bert McCracken and In Flames’ drummer Tanner Wayne.

With Rockman, Post, Patrick, and McCracken all submitting stellar vocal performances, the track is a dynamic showing of timeless rock prowess – asserting just why the song has stood the test of time. The selection follows the previous Kings of Quarantine release that featured members of Anthrax, Korn, Run DMC, and Refused taking on Faith No More’s “We Care A Lot“.

Proceeds from the downloads of the track all go to help fund Roadie Relief, an organization that continues to provide financial assistance to road crew that have been impacted over the loss of work during the pandemic.


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