00:23 - ScreamingSteelUS I miss Ilham. I think we got along well, and her reviews never ceased to amuse me. Joe I never interacted with, but it seems like he should be here just as a matter of course.
00:16 - Apothecary Ilham I'm friends with off MS, so no worries there. It's Johan I really miss, no idea what's up with him at the moment (and I'm not going to pry, unlike "someone" I could mention)
00:15 - Apothecary I can't say I'm crying over Joe being gone, his music recs are nice, but the site's been a lot quieter without his pedantic comments and attempts to appear as an Argument God every chance he gets
23:58 - Bad English Jooe cant accept Ilham left and he left same time as JN lef´t
23:44 - Jaeryd Where did JOOE go? Haven't seen him around in what seems like ages.
23:04 - Apothecary I guess, double and triple albums really seem to have been becoming a bit of a thing lately, that's part of why I was hesitant to check it out at first because it came off as gimmicky
A new band featuring some of rock's most celebrated names is planning to release a new album in November. Ten Commandos features Matt Cameron (Soundgarden/Pearl Jam), Ben Shepherd (Soundgarden), Alain Johannes (Queens Of The Stone Age/Eleven) and Dimitri Coats (Off!). Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees/Queens Of The Stone Age) will also appear on the record. In fact, you can hear the album's first single here.
Guitarist Kim Thayil of Soundgarden has told The Sydney Morning Herald that the band plans to make a new album in the next few months for a 2016 release. So, that means that King Animal (2012), their comeback album, will have a follow-up. The band will begin working on it after their Australian shows this month. What are your hopes for the band's next album?
Soundgarden have officially released their rarities collection Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path. Included in the release is a brand new recording, the track "Storm," recorded in May this year with producer Jack Endino in Seattle. Now you can watch the new music video by the band's creative director Josh Graham below. It is rather hypnotic. See it for yourself here!
By now, you probably know that Soundgarden are about to release their long-awaited 3-CD rarities collection, Echo Of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across The Path on November 24th. Among the set's seven unreleased tracks is a brand new recording, "Storm," recorded in May this year with producer Jack Endino in Seattle, still available here. Now the band has revealed "Twin Tower", which was recorded in 1988 during the Louder Than Love sessions and previously unreleased. Check it out!
Soundgarden have recorded a new song in May this year with producer Jack Endino in Seattle. The Americans are now streaming it online and sharing it with their fans. The track is called "Storm" and you can hear it here now! This is the band's first new track since their 2012 comeback album King Animal, their first album since 1996.
Soundgarden and fellow Americans Nine Inch Nails will be touring together this summer in North America with Death Grips opening. Pre-sale tickets begin today, March 17th, at 12:00pm local venue time. Tickets for the tour will go on sale to the public on Friday, March 21st. As for the tour dates, you can see them below and check out if this tour is coming anywhere near you.
Drummer Matt Cameron of reunited grunge legends Soundgarden will sit out the band's upcoming live appearances in 2014 due to his commitments as a member of Pearl Jam. The band will soon reveal a temporary substitute but the tour dates are still on.
Soundgarden released their comeback album King Animal last year and will be touring in Europe this month to promote it. Now the grunge group has released a video for the third single off of the new album, "Halfway There". The video was directed by the band's art director, Josh Graham, who also directed their video for "Been Away Too Long" in 2012. You can watch it below.
Soundgarden has announced their winter 2013 North American tour dates including two-night engagements in New York City, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and, for the first time since the band reunited with their surprise show at the Showbox, they will be playing two shows in their hometown of Seattle. The band also recently released a new video for their single "Been Away Too Long". You can watch it below.
Grunge legends Soundgarden announced via their official website the deluxe versions for the band's upcoming album entitled King Animal, due to be released on 13th November via Tom Whalley's new record label, a partnership between his Seven Four Entertainment and Republic Records. You can also listen to a new song, "Non-State Actor", below.
Soundgarden have recently released their brand new single "Been Away Too Long", taken from the band's upcoming new studio album King Animal, in stores November 13th 2012. You can hear "Been Away Too Long" at this location. Alternatively, you can listen to it below. The single is already available digitally.
Reunited Seattle grunge legends Soundgarden have announced details of their new album King Animal, which will be released on November 13th, while the first single from the album, "Been Away Too Long", will be released digitally on September 27th. The band co-produced King Animal with Adam Kasper (Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Pearl Jam) and recorded at Studio X in Seattle. This will be the band's first studio album since 1996's Down On The Upside.
Seattle rock/grunge band Soundgarden have premiered their new music video for the song "Live To Rise", which appears on the soundtrack of Marvel Comics' new movie, The Avengers. You can watch the video below.
"Live To Rise", the first new song in 15 years from Soundgarden, is now available for download on iTunes for one week, April 17th through to April 24th. "Live To Rise", the original song written and recorded for and appearing in the film 'The Avengers', is the first single from the Marvel Music/Hollywood Records release Avengers Assemble, out on May 1st. You can listen to the song in its entirety at this location.