As one of the premiere alt-rock groups of the ‘90s, Soundgarden infused a love for heavy metal and blues into their voracious and full-bodied rock sound, packed with arena-ready guitars and belching vocals. Their guitar-driven repertoire ranged in tone from raucous blues to swirling psychedelia, with their aggressive structural conciseness reminding of classic punk records.
We bet you’d already forgotten about Outkast’s mammoth festival hopping throughout the year, but don’t worry, they plan to headline so many outings that you can count on a festival lineup announcement featuring the duo like you can the sun rising tomorrow. This time it’s the turn of Quincy, Washington’s Sasquatch! festival, which will take
Of all the bands to come out of the pacific northwest in the grunge era, Soundgarden never truly fit in. They still don’t, and their music is still different from what is popular today, but it’s not dated. They haven’t put together a studio record featuring new music since the 90s golden age of alternative
Could Pearl Jam and Soundgarden be planning on co-headlining road trip next year in what would be one of the biggest tour packages of the year? The Internet certainly is buzzing about the possibility, and the Internet may be right. The rumors are focused on the fact that both groups are expected to release new