Chris Cornell used an orchestra to create the title theme for the new Christian Bale/Oscar Isaac film 'The Promise.'
Venues along Chris Cornell's on-going solo tour had been warned to be on the look out for Jessica Robbins.
They might not be the first band you think of when you hear the word "grunge," but Soundgarden transcended Seattle in just about every possible way.
Following the rampant success of 1994's 'Superunknown,' Soundgarden released a darker, self-produced album in 1996 and it (temporarily) served as their swan song.
From covers by Foo Fighters and Tori Amos to Muse and Chvrches, the influence of the Purple One clearly reaches far beyond pop and R&B.
Cornell channels the raw emotional intensity of Terry Reid’s version of the 1966 song for the HBO drama's soundtrack.
Before the grunge explosion, members of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam joined forces to pay tribute to a fallen friend. It was only in retrospect that the album became a hit.
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Cornell will make his way to the U.S. in June with more dates scheduled through the next month.
Listen to the Soundgarden frontman and prolific singer-songwriter's dramatic contribution to the war movie soundtrack.