On April 15, SOUNDGARDEN's Chris Cornell and Ben Shepherd took part in a private acoustic session for the listeners of the Phoenix, Arizona radio station 98 KUPD. Video footage of their appearance can be seen below. Check out photos at 98kupd.com.SOUNDGARDEN released the music video on January 29 for "By Crooked Steps", the second single from the quartet's new album, "King Animal". The "By Crooked Steps" clip was directed by FOO FIGHTERS frontman Dave Grohl, who submitted a treatment for the video on his own initiative after hearing the song. "King Animal" came out last November and was SOUNDGARDEN's first set of all-new material in 16 years. SOUNDGARDEN reunited in 2010 after a 13-year break, releasing a retrospective collection called "Telephantasm" and a concert album titled "Live On I-5". SOUNDGARDEN will kick off their second leg of its North American tour in May.
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