On March 8, 1994, both Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden released their seminal albums. Now, 20 years later, the two are sharing the bill for the very first time for a summer-long tour.
The band’s performance will take place during the iTunes Festival in Austin, TX, which is set to feature performances from Zedd, Coldplay and Imagine Dragons.
For a brief time in 1994 and the music scene was filled with artists who melded heavy metal and punk rock. We’re talking Nine Inch Nails’ The Downward Spiral, Hole’s Live Through This, Weezer’s self-titled debut, Helmet’s betty, L7′s Hungry For Stink, Alice In Chains’ Jar Of Flies. And let’s not forget Soundgarden’s Superunknown,
Since the Pixies apparently only hire bassists named Kim, we spent time sweating over the supercomputers at Radio.com headquarters, punching in algorithms, and weighing some potentially earth-shaking selections before finally coming up with five potential options to fill the gaping hole in Pixies’ lineup.
If there’s a guidebook to aggressive rockers aging gracefully, Chris Cornell is writing it right now, with his live shows.
Soundgarden’s lead guitarist looks back at the band’s earliest releases, their influence on other Seattle grunge acts like Alice in Chains, and why he’s pretty sure Steve Albini was never a fan of Nirvana.
Soundgarden took a gamble at Atlantic City’s Borgata Casino show on Friday (May 3) and played with all the intensity they displayed during the ’90s.
“I have the wrong gender, the wrong DNA, the wrong hometown to have a successful career in music,” Ann Wilson said. “But some of the best things are the wrong things.”
The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony has just added a lot of star power to its lineup, with Usher, Spike Lee, Carole King, John Fogerty, Jackson Browne and more just added to the program.