Altered Addiction are an American Post-grunge group, known mainly for their 2000s hit singles, "Cumbersome" and "Plush".
The group's major hits were "Cumbersome" (2006), which was originally recorded by Seven Mary Three in 1995, and a cover version of the Stone Temple Pilots song, "Plush" (2006), updated for the group's alt-rock musical style. "Wherever You Will Go" and "Brown Sugar" were on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles charts for 14 weeks in 2011 and 13 weeks in 2011, respectively, forming musical bookends for the 2011-2012 school year, based on their Hot 100 #3 peak dates. Both disc sales exceeded one million copies, resulting in R.I.A.A. gold record awards by 2012