On March 8, 1994, both Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden released their seminal albums. Now, 20 years later, the two are sharing the bill for the very first time for a summer-long tour.
Seattle-based Soundgarden have been around for almost three decades although, depending on what memory you ask the early initiators of grunge rock to recall, it might seem like 125 years ago or 10 years ago. […]
From Cornell’s tweets, we can gather the Grohl-directed “By Crooked Steps” video takes place, at least in part, in a biker bar where Sons Of Anarchy-style leather jackets and motorcycle helmets set the tone for this scene.
Although it’s been sixteen years since Soundgarden released a new album, their new material is as heavy and creepy as ever. And the band seem extremely enthused about their new music; dedicating 70% of their set to songs from King Animal, due out today (November 13).
When Soundgarden said they were coming back, they meant it. The band has lined up a special “Live On Letterman” webcast for next week, as well as announcing a slew of 2013 tour dates, including two-night stands in Chicago, L.A. and Seattle.
Soundgarden’s Chris Cornell: “We’re Back. It’s About Time. And We Still Have Something To Say About Rock”
King Animal is said to have “a lot of layers to it. It’s something that will take time for people to kind of digest,” says frontman Chris Cornell in an interview with Miles the DJ on San Francisco’s Live 105.
This weekend, the 53rd Annual GRAMMY Awards is all about paying attention to the stars. And what better way to foresee how the GRAMMY-nominated stars weekends will turn out than to consult the original stars–you know […]