How Soundgarden’s Fearlessness was Inspired by the Beatles: Exclusive Chris Cornell Interv…
"The Beatles," Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell reminds us, "did whatever they wanted."
Soundgarden Catches a New Wave at Their Boston Concert
It was pretty damn gratifying to see over 10,000 Soundgarden fans journey to a venue an hour south of Boston on a Sunday night for the band's first area appearance on their current reunion tour, and it'd be hard for anyone who made the trip to say the band didn't give them their money…
Chris Cornell on Soundgarden’s Reunion: ‘It’s a New Experience’
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell describes the vibe in the recording studio where the reunited band have been at work on a new album as a “new experience” musically, one that “definitely has it's own environment."
Soundgarden Kick Off 2011 Summer Tour In Toronto
Soundgarden kicked off their long anticipated summer tour on Saturday night with the until-recently unreleased song 'Black Rain,' and while it was the only “new” material heard on the night, that didn't stop fans from enjoying two hours of grungetastic rock from the reunited Seattle pioneers. The se…
New Soundgarden Album Is ‘About 80% Finished’ According To Drummer Matt Cameron
The reactivated Soundgarden is “about 80% finished” with the initial recording of their new album, according to drummer Matt Cameron, who spoke with radio personality Mistress Carrie of WAAF in advance of the band’s upcoming Boston show in July. Guitarist …
Soundgarden’s Kim Thayil: New Songs Are ‘Definitely Very Heavy’
Guitarist Kim Thayil has announced that Soundgarden are about 14 songs into the recording of their new album. The band shocked fans when they got back together in early 2010, over a decade after an unfriendly split. (That’s a euphemism, right?)
Soundgarden Announces Summer 2011 Tour Dates, Close to Completing New Album
The rest of the country gets a shot at checking out the recently reunited Soundgarden this July, as the '90s rock heroes will cross the continent on a 16 date tour that kicks off July 2 in Toronto.