Complete with a cover of a Soundgarden classic.
A medical examiner has handed down a preliminary report.
There are too many to count, so here are a few of our favourites.
“In my time of dying, I want nobody to mourn…”
“One of the greatest voices in rock n roll history.”
They reunited for Prophets Of Rage’s Donald Trump protest event.
Looks like it’ll be followed by a tour as well.
Originally written in the early ’90s.
Has their time come?
I hear talking but I don’t hear a lot of writing.
A powerful tribute.
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,