Eric Avery On Getting Back To Work With Perry Farrell And Jane’s Addiction

Garbage’s current touring bassist Eric Avery recently shared an Instagram post that indicates that he re-entered the studio with Jane’s Addiction and Perry Farrell after years.

Eric Avery co-founded Jane’s Addiction in 1985 along with the frontman Perry Farell. Avery became contributed to the band’s two studio albums as the co-songwriter and bass guitarist. The 1988 album ‘Nothing’s Shocking’ and the 1990 one ‘Ritual de lo Habitual’ came out before the band’s first break up.

Avery did not join the band’s 1997 and 2001 reunions until reuniting with them in 2008. Later, the original line-up hit the road for a co-headlining tour with Nine Inch Nails. However, the bassist left the band for the second time in 2010 because of the ongoing disputes with Farrell regarding their musical direction.

The rumors about Avery rejoining Jane’s Addiction started spreading in the previous days when the band’s official Instagram shared a video where Eric Avery played bass while Perry Farrell sang behind him. After Eric Avery also posted a photo of Farrell, the fans’ excitement increased.

Recently, Avery confirmed that he is re-entering the studio with the band by sharing a post on his Instagram. He stated that they had completed the current recording process of a few songs with Jane’s Addiction. The bassist mentioned how he felt inspired to produce with the band after a long time, expressing his excitement to create new materials.

Eric Avery wrote the following on his IG:

“Today marks the end of our current sessions. Four promising new song ideas. Big thanks to you all for all the kind words of support. It leaves me feeling inspired. Honestly. It produces the best kind of pressure; your passion leaves me determined to do all I can for Jane’s Addiction.”

You can check out the IG post below.

Photo Credit: Eric Avery – Instagram