Chris Cornell will reissue his 1999 debut solo album, 'Euphoria Morning,' on Aug. 14 with the slightly updated title, 'Euphoria Mourning.'
This wasn't just a compilation: It was Sub Pop's national coming out party.
As the Soundgarden frontman, Chris Cornell grabbed everyone's attention with his powerful vocals and dark, brooding lyrics.
What happened in Seattle during the early ‘90s wasn’t magic. It was capitalism – and it might never happen again.
We spotlight 19 of the most important grunge musicians or genre progenitors who are almost always outshined by the Cobains and Cornells of the world.
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.