SOUNDGARDEN's CORNELL, SHEPHERD Interviewed By Italy's ONSTAGE Magazine (Video)

Italy's Onstage magazine recently conducted an interview with singer Chris Cornell and bassist Ben Shepherd of reunited grunge legends SOUNDGARDEN. You can now watch the chat below.

SOUNDGARDEN will perform on BBC's television show "Later... With Jools Holland" on November 6. Sign up on the ballot for a chance to be a part of the studio audience.

"Later…" began in October 1992 and is series produced by Alison Howe, executive-produced by Mark Cooper and directed by Janet Fraser Crook. It is now the longest-running music show in British TV history aside from "Top Of The Pops".

According to The Pulse Of Radio, SOUNDGARDEN will add three bonus tracks to the deluxe edition of its upcoming album, "King Animal". The cuts will be demo versions of the songs "Black Saturday", "Worse Dreams" and "By Crooked Steps", all of which appear in finished form on the main 13-song album. "King Animal" is the first collection of all-new material from SOUNDGARDEN in 16 years, and first since the group reunited in 2010.

"King Animal" is due out on November 13. The first single from the disc is called "Been Away Too Long".


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