With a line-up that already boasts such music superstars as fun., Stevie Wonder, Katy Perry, and members of the Glee cast, it has been confirmed that Seattle rock icons Soundgarden will be performing at President […]
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Tomorrow, Soundgarden release King Animal, their first album in sixteen years. Tonight (November 12), you can see them perform some of their new songs, alongside some of their classics, from the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater, home of The Late Show With David Letterman. The show is the latest installment of the Live on Letterman series, which is shown live from the famous stage in New York City.
Just hours before Soundgarden drops their new new album, the Seattle foursome will take the stage to treat online viewers worldwide to a webcast featuring fan favorites as well as tracks from King Animal.
Grunge gods Soundgarden will be getting up close and personal with their fans at select club shows, including one in Los Angeles at the Fonda Theatre. Find out how to get your tickets inside!
Soundgarden continues to tease fans with tracks from their upcoming new album, the band’s first in 16 years. This fiery new track sounds like one big mosh-pit just waiting to happen.
Soundgarden’s comeback album, “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 a recent interview with San Francisco sister station, Live 105.
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.