Cobain may have been the voice of the grunge generation, but Cornell was – and is – THE VOICE.
We caught up with Chris when he was recently in Australia.
The Soundgarden front-man was double booked, forcing organisers to cancel the third show at the Sydney Opera House and refund ticket holders.
Ahead of the release of his first solo album in six years, Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has offered up a first taste of his new full-length effort, with the heartbreaking new single Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart. Cornell’s latest solo track is a move away from the pop tones of his previous album, Scream, and
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell says he “would always be open” to reuniting and making new music with American rock supergroup Audioslave, which he founded with former Rage Against The Machine members Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk. Speaking to Total Guitar, Cornell says he is keen to work with his former bandmates again, adding
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell‘s fourth solo album, Higher Truth, will be released this September, just in time for his tour of Australia. As Rolling Stone reports, Cornell’s new solo offering is being produced by Brendan O’Brien, who helped mix Soundgarden’s album Superunknown and has worked with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Pearl Jam and Neil
The legendary vocal chords of Chris Cornell are set to return to Australia, along with the rest of him. It feels like the Soundgarden, former Audioslave and intermittent Temple of the Dog frontman only just left, after visiting our shores with the band that started it all, as part of the Soundwave lineup. But he’s
Chris Cornell has weighed into an ongoing legal battle between A&M Records and a Seattle studio owner over possession of the master tapes from the recording sessions of his grunge supergroup, Temple of the Dog‘s self-titled album. Said tapes are currently the centrepiece of a lawsuit put forth by the record company against Raj Parashar,
Current members of Soundgarden, Pearl Jam and Alice In Chains, and a former member of Guns N’ Roses have teamed up for a huge Seattle concert titled Sonic Evolution, the fourth annual concert organised by the Seattle Symphony in celebration of Seattle’s musical history. What’s more, footage of the musicians reviving tracks by Mad Season
Just a little while before he is due to arrive in Australia for Soundwave 2015, Soundgarden‘s Chris Cornell and Guns N’ Roses’ Duff McKagan will join the remaining members of grunge supergroup Mad Season for a a one-off reunion performance in Seattle early next year. According to The Seattle Times, Cornell will be filling in
SW15 headliners discuss past, present and future…
Chris Cornell predicts there will be a new rock music revolution soon. Speaking recently to US radio host Howard Stern, the Soundgarden frontman compared the booming popularity of EDM to the popularity of disco music in the ’70s, saying the market is poised for a movement similar to punk. “I actually heard somebody quoting a
Chris Cornell has responded to Billy Corgan labelling Soundgarden as a ‘nostalgia act‘. Although Cornell has previously dismissed such accusations, a recent interview with ABC News Radio gave Cornell the platform to mention Corgan directly. Back in August Corgan told the Philippine Star that he felt Soungarden’s reformation was motivated purely by profit, and accused
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell has addressed accusations that the 90’s grunge group reunited to capitalise on nostalgic appeal. As the release of new album King Animal draws closer, Cornell spoke with Spin about the motivation behind Soundgarden’s reformation and the upcoming record. “We don’t feel nostalgia trying to remember who played what parts on a
Billy Corgan has claimed Chris Cornell‘s pot shot at The Smashing Pumpkins’ reunion back in 2007 is what started their recent war of words, Banana 101.5 reports.
Grunge pioneers, Soundgarden, who recently played the 2012 leg of the Big Day Out Festival, have told their home-town radio station KISW Via diffuser.fm) that their record will not sound like their latest single Live To Rise, which features on the Avengers soundtrack, a film starring The Hulk, Thor, Ironman, Captain America and a few
Chris Cornell travelled to San Fransisco to play at the Obama 2012 Rally at Masonic Auditorium last night.
Chris Cornell is releasing a new live album titled Songbook. The album features live songs recorded throughout his first ever Solo tour and is due for release on November 21. Songbook is compiled of Cornell’s own tracks as well as a few covers, including Led Zeppelin’s Thank You and John Lennon’s Imagine.
There’s something to be said about a man who can engage an audience for two-and-a-half hours with only a guitar, his voice and stories. Chris Cornell, the voice behind a generation’s music, did just that. On Wednesday night, October 19, Chris Cornell stopped off at the Palais Theatre in St. Kilda for the Melbourne leg
Arguably the biggest grunge icon that isn’t Kurt Cobain, Chris Cornell of Soundgarden, is likely to tour in Australia sometime soon. Triple M reporter Nui Te Koha said on air yesterday (Wednesday 25 May), “Chris Cornell is coming to play some acoustic gigs. Soundgarden tracks are in the set. Expect an announcement this week or