The one-off reunion show in Seattle will also feature former Guns N’ Roses member Duff McKagan on bass.
The three-disc, 50-song set is being released on Nov. 24, and has seen a number of covers and unreleased tracks already shared in anticipation.
The Soundgarden singer highlighted photos from Page’s new book for the famed guitarist to riff on during the nearly two-hour talk.
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On their cover, gone is the funk of the 1969 hit. Instead, Soundgarden lays on the rock with grunge guitars and Chris Cornell’s familiar scream.
The song is the band’s first since the release of 2012’s ‘King Animal.’
Yes, they sang “Hunger Strike.” And it was awesome.
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Pharrell and Soundgarden also got us ready for some football with their performances at this year’s NFL opener in Seattle.
Sorry to get your hopes up, fans.
We can now confirm the first game will get a little more serious, with performances by pop princess Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, and Soundgarden.
A Florida woman was arrested last week for stalking, intimidating and harassing Soundgarden frontman, Chris Cornell and his family.
“The only thing I can say is that tends to be the beginning of a really great new movement in rock, which is the same thing that kind of happened when disco was dominating.”
The guys did two tracks off their fourth album, kicking things off with “Spoonman,” the song that brought them into the mainstream, despite the fact that it features a guy actually playing spoons.
“The year we released this album was the last time the Rangers won the Stanley Cup!” Chris Cornell said from the stage of New York City’s Webster Hall, where he and Soundgarden rolled through their greatest album, 1994’s Superunkown.
“…then all of a sudden, you kind of had this R.E.M. moment and this idea that alternative had to be somewhat androgynous, you couldn’t be in any way aggressive, it was jangly, if you were a guitar band, you couldn’t have keyboards, you couldn’t have a trumpet, you couldn’t do anything, except for this rigid template. I always wanted to smash that…”