Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron has posted a tribute to his late band mate Chris Cornell on the one-year anniversary of his death.
"Can't believe it's already been one year since I lost my musical soulmate and special friend Chris Cornell," Cameron writes in an Instagram post.
In the post, Cameron also writes about his first audition for Soundgarden in 1986.
"The tune had kind of a long intro, it sounded great and then all of a sudden Chris starts singing the verse," he remembers. "I was instantly blown away by the impact of his voice and I felt myself settling…
Like a Storm will release a new album called Catacombs on June 22.
The third studio effort from the New Zealand rockers features the previously released track "Pure Evil," as well as the new single "The Devil Inside," both of which are available now for digital download.
"The Devil Inside" -- which opens with a traditional Australian instrument, the didgeridoo, before the heavy guitars come crashing in -- is accompanied by a fiery video, which you can watch now on YouTube.
Catacombs is the follow-up to 2015's Awaken the Fire, which produced the singles "Become the Enemy," "Wish You Hell"…
Mastodon drummer/vocalist Brann Dailor has released his first solo song. The track, titled "Red Death," was inspired by the new DC Comics Batman graphic novel Dark Days: The Road to Metal. You can download "Red Death" now via digital outlets.
"Super stoked to be part of this amazing musical collaboration," Dailor says in a statement. "[I've] always been a fan of anything Batman related and DC Comics as a whole, so the chance to be connected to that universe is a dream come true."
Along with Dailor, "Red Death" features Twenty One Pilots producer Mike Elizondo on bass, composer and…
One year ago today, Chris Cornell died. He passed away in the early morning hours of May 18, 2017 after playing a show with Soundgarden in Detroit the previous night. He was 52.
Cornell's death was officially ruled a suicide. His widow Vicky Cornell maintains that her husband, who struggled with addiction throughout his life, was impaired by drugs at the time of his death. However, a toxicology report concluded that "drugs did not contribute to the cause of death."
A seminal artist in the Seattle grunge scene, Cornell co-founded Soundgarden in 1984. Over the next 25 years, the band…
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