Soundgarden are featured on the cover of the next issue of Revolver, on newsstands on Tuesday and available online right here right now. Their first original album in over 15 years, King Animal, hits stores November 13. In anticipation, the band has released a new song, “Non-State Actor,” via Youtube. Check it out below, as [...]
Soundgarden are now streaming the lead single from their first new album in over fifteen years, King Animal. Stream the aptly titled “Been Away Too Long” below. Co-produced by the band and Adam Kasper (Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Pearl Jam), King Animal marks the band’s first new album of all-original material since 1996′s Down on the [...]
Projected–the supergroup featuring members of Sevendust, Alter Bridge, and Creed–recently released their debut album, Human, which won Revolver‘s Album of the Week poll last week. Now main man John Connelly, also of Sevendust, selects his personal favorite supergroups. 1. Bad Company “Great songwriting with Paul Rogers voice makes for an awesome combination. [...]
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Grunge legends Soundgarden have announced King Animal as the title of their forthcoming sixth studio album. “It re-establishes that we still rock, we’re still heavy, and we’re still a little weird,” guitarist Kim Thayil recently told Rolling Stone. The follow-up to 1996′s Down on the Upside (buy on iTunes) is slated for a November 13 [...]
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Soundgarden’s first new song in 15 years now has a video, as the band premiered a new clip for “Live to Rise” earlier this morning. You can check out the music video — which features scenes from the upcoming Avengers movie — below. “Live to Rise” will not appear on Soundgarden’s upcoming new album as [...]
Black Sabbath, Van Halen, Slayer, Marilyn Manson, Lamb of God, Down, and many more!
The solo live record features songs by Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog, and Audioslave.
This past weekend saw the 20th anniversary of Guns N’ Roses landmark Use Your Illusion albums. But 1991 was also the year that many other landmark releases in hard rock and metal came out, including Metallica’s “Black Album,” Nirvana’s Nevermind, Ozzy Osbourne’s No More Tears, and many, many more. Below, we want you to weigh [...]