Alice In Chains liken illegal downloading to “prison rape”

Alice In Chains released Black Gives Way To Blue, their first studio album in 14 years, this past Monday (September 28) and within minutes of it hitting stores, file sharers were illegally distributing it over peer-to-peer networks.

In an interview with US radio station, Chicago Q101, AIC drummer Sean Kinney has likened his band’s first experience of illegal downloading to “prison rape”.

"It's like going to prison - you know you're going to get raped but you're not ready for it,” he said. “You think you are, but you're not prepared for how violent that rape is. 'Wow - he's really giving it to me'.


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