Soul Asylum Then
Soul Asylum were kicking around the Minneapolis punk scene since the mid '80s. But in 1992, thanks to alternative music's new domination of the mainstream, they scored a major hit with their sixth album, 'Grave Dancers Union,' which just missed the Top 10 and spawned four modern-rock hits, including 'Runaway Train,' their only Top 10 pop hit...
Soul Asylum, who enjoyed massive success in the 1990s on the back of their hit 'Runaway Train' and its accompanying video highlighting missing and at-risk youth, are a man down. Lead guitarist and founding member Dan Murphy has issued a lengthy, detailed and heartfelt post on the band's website, revealing that he is stepping down and leaving the grunge/alt rock band that he, Dave Pirner and the la
Soul Asylum are gearing up to release their 11th studio album, 'Delayed Reaction', this summer. The Minneapolis band, who scared the heck out of parents and kids in the 1990s with their music video for 'Runaway Train', also signed a new record deal with 429 Records.