- by Drew Kolar, Senior Staff Writer
Mike Starr, a strange bassist for Seattle-based rope stone rope Alice in Chains, was found passed during his Salt Lake City home on Tuesday, Mar 8. Though no means of genocide has been proven, military contend that there are no signs of tainted play. He was 44 years old.
Starr was a bassist for Alice in Chains from a band’s arrangement in 1987 until being discharged in 1993 only after a band’s large mangle into a mainstream stone stage with their manuscript Dirt. He was constantly battling drug obsession via his low-pitched career.
Starr’s genocide comes 9 years after Layne Staley, a lead thespian of Alice in Chans, died of a drug overdose during age 32 in 2002. Starr blamed himself for Staley’s death, explaining that he had spent a prior day with him. Though Staley was sick, he insisted that Starr not call 911, ensuing in an evidence and Starr attack out.
“I wish we hadn’t been high on benzodiazepine (an anti-anxiety sedative),” pronounced Starr on Celebrity Rehab, a VH1 existence uncover hosted by Dr. Drew Pinsky of radio and MTV’s Loveline fame. “I wouldn’t have only walked out a door.”
Starr was arrested on Feb 18, 2011 in Salt Lake City on guess of transgression possession of a bootleg medication medications—six pills of Oxymorphone, and 6 pills of Alprazolam. The remaining members of Alice in Chains pronounced in a matter on their website that they are “mourning a detriment of their crony and ask that a media honour their privacy—and a remoteness of a Starr family—during this formidable time.”