Soundgarden‘s long-awaited new album finally has a release date: November 13. That’s according to guitarist Kim Thayil, who revealed the news to Rolling Stone (via NME) along with details about a couple of the new songs.
Not only were the Green Day fans in attendance last night at the Echoplex in Los Angeles lucky enough to make it into the band’s secret show, but they also got to witness performances of at least nine songs that will appear on the group’s upcoming ‘¡Uno!’ ‘¡Dos!’ ‘¡Tre!’ album trilogy.
Ed Kowalczyk isn’t the singer in Live anymore, but his former bandmates claim he’s duping unsuspecting concert-goers into believing that he’s still with the group, and they’re suing him to get him to stop.
Chris Cornell says that the first 15 songs Soundgarden ever wrote were preserved on cassette tape. Though the recordings have never been made public, their mere existence may be enough to get fans excited about the possibility of hearing them someday.
Among all the items of rock memorabilia that go up for auction on eBay, this one has to be one of the most unusual: A buyer recently paid $3,000 for a pair of used pajamas once worn on stage by Kurt Cobain.
Even though Axl Rose refused to take part in Guns N’ Roses‘ induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Green Day showed up to induct the band anyway, offering a speech that was part punk rock and part sappy tribute.
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