Limp Bizkit, Mastodon, 311, Filter, The Used, Veruca Salt Members Cover Jane’s Addiction’s “Mountain Song”: Watch

The Kings of Quarantine collective is spearheaded by members of Slaves on Dope along with Mastodon guitarist Bill Kelliher

Kings of Quarantine - Mountain Song
Kings of Quarantine, via YouTube

    The Kings of Quarantine — a collective spearheaded by Slaves on Dope members Jason Rockman and Kevin Jardine along with Mastodon guitarist Bill Kelliher — are back with an all-star cover of the Jane’s Addiction classic “Mountain Song”. This time around, they’re joined by members of Limp Bizkit, 311, Filter, Veruca Salt, The Used, and In Flames.

    Kelliher and Jardine are joined on guitar by Limp Bizkit’s Wes Borland, while vocals are handled by Rockman, Veruca Salt’s Louise Post, Filter’s Richard Patrick, and The Used’s Bert McCracken. The rhythm section is made up of 311’s P-Nut on bass and In Flames’ Tanner Wayne on drums.

    The singers all do an admirable job on the challenging tune, as “Mountain Song” is one of Perry Farrell’s finest vocal moments in Jane’s Addiction. McCracken’s turn is especially sweet, as he sings while his little daughter rocks out at his side.


    Previously, Kings of Quarantine shared a cover of Faith No More’s “We Care a Lot” that featured members of Refused, Korn, Run-DMC, and Anthrax, among others.

    Check out the all-star rendition of “Mountain Song” below. You can also download the song here, with proceeds benefitting Roadie Relief.


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