It was 1996 when Soundgarden last released a studio album. Now in 2012, Chris Cornell and the gang are ready to rock you with 13 new songs on their upcoming full-length release, “King Animal.”
We take a close look at which rock artists are siding with President Obama, and who’s pulling for Mitt Romney. If it were up to bands, Obama would win in a landslide. Take a peek and see which way your favorites lean politically.
Chris Cornell has shuffled his weekend schedule around a bit. Yesterday he announced that he would be “opening” for Barack Obama, along with indie rock band The National, this Saturday at one of the President’s campaign stops in Des Moines, Iowa. Later in the day, he posted a message on his saying that he had to cancel his appearance at Jay-Z’s Made In America Festival this Sunday due to “scheduling conflicts.”
Soundgarden’s reunion has been going on for a while: after frontman Chris Cornell tweeted “School’s back in session” on January 1, 2010, the band headlined that summer’s Lollapalooza. In 2011, they toured, and earlier this year, they released a brand new song, “Live To Rise” from the soundtrack to “The Avengers.”
[lastfm]Carlos Santana[/lastfm]‘s new album Guitar Heaven: The Greatest Guitar Classics of All Time hit stores this week. Check out a selection of behind-the-scenes video clips, and for a limited time you can also play the […]
Did anyone make it to the Sound Garden show (Nude Dragons) on Friday night at the Show Box? If you were one of the lucky ones to get a ticket into the exclusive show then […]