Soundgarden became big-time rock stars during the grunge era of the '90s, but by then they'd already been making big waves in the '80s Seattle music scene.
Since their reunion in 2010, Soundgarden have released one album, 2012’s King Animal – their first in 16 years.
Soundgarden started out in 1984, so there’s no arguing they’ve amassed quite the story over the last three decades.
They might not be the first band you think of when you hear the word “grunge,” and that’s probably not all that bad – Soundgarden transcended Seattle in just about every possible way.
In this installment, we spotlight surprise songs by Faith No More and Sleigh Bells along with new music from Soundgarden, Prawn and more.
Soundgarden have premiered the new, previously unreleased track, ‘Kristi.’
Cover songs are like cozy aural blankets and this week's installment of Mandatory Music features a couple to keep you warm.
It’s been one of those weeks when it’s overwhelmingly clear that we live in a post-grunge world.
People may say that attention spans are at an all-time low these days, but the person who edited this video back in 1992 might argue differently.
Nobody ever set out to be a grunge icon — at least nobody who actually became one.