Unofficial SOUNDGARDEN Fan Photo Book In The Works

"Photofantasm Soundgarden Edition" is a collector's item photo book highlighting SOUNDGARDEN's recent shows via a compilation of fan photos and stories from 2010, 2011, and 2012 covering performances in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. The book is created and dedicated to the band, by the fans, hence the title "Photofantasm".

The photo book is currently in development and will be published by Spoondog Entertainment Group, LLC, with a scheduled release date of December 2012. The company is currently accepting fan submissions from around the globe including fan photos of the band or crowd, plus personal stories of fan experiences at a SOUNDGARDEN concert attended during 2010, 2011 and 2012. The book is intended to chronicle not only SOUNDGARDEN's recent tours but include the multigenerational fans that love their music and look forward to the band's future.

"The submission response we've received from all over the world has been astounding and we think quite a testament to SOUNDGARDEN's energized fan base," say co-founders, Jaye and Mike English, of Spoondog Entertainment Group, LLC. The company wants to emphasize that this is a fan based project being promoted as an unofficial photo book by Spoondog Entertainment Group, LLC and is not affiliated with SOUNDGARDEN management or its affiliates.

If you are a fan who is interested in participating please visit the company web site at for instructions and disclaimers. Fans should request to join the "Photofantasm" Facebook group or can email [email protected] for further inquiries. The estimated deadline for submissions is August 31, 2012.

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