Alt-rockers Jane’s Addiction can’t seem to kick their habit. Founded 27 years ago, then disbanded 21 years ago, the act reunited for the third time in 2008 and has been going strong ever since. They play a show at the Landmark Theatre, 362 S. Salina St., at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 8. The band is most famous for their 1988 hits “Jane Says” and “Mountain Song” and their 1990 single, with amusing music video, “Been Caught Stealing.” The current incarnation of the band still features Perry Farrell, Dave Navarro and Stephen Perkins, the original frontman, lead guitarist, and drummer, respectively. The only new face is bassist Chris Chaney. They embarked on the Theatre of the Escapists tour in February in support of their 2011 album The Great Escape Artists (Capitol Records). Critically acclaimed indie rockers Mutemath will open up for Jane’s Addiction. For more information and to purchase tickets, starting at $29.50, visit landmarktheatre.org or call 475-7980. To read the full review of the show, visit syracusenewtimes.com and check The Upbeat music blog.