Chris Cornell of Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple of The Dog, and award-winning solo artist will have a biography published in 2020, by author and Rolling Stone and Billboard writer Corbin Reiff. Reiff made the announcement via Twitter. So far Reiff mentioned in his tweets that he has interviewed legendary Seattle producer Jack Endino, and Seattle music critic Dawn Anderson, the first person to ever review the band’s music back in 1986. Cornell, who committed suicide in 2017 at age 52, leaving in a devastating loss in the music world, so any details about his life from an official source would shed some light on his life and be a balm to his legions of fans. Continue reading
90s rock icons Soundgarden have a re-issue and expanded edition coming on March 10th of their début full-length album Ultramega OK via SubPop. You can hear a remix of ‘Flower’ below.Continue reading
Virginia’s fine purveyors of doom metal, Windhand have released the first track from their highly-anticipated third full-length album Grief’s Infernal Flower (Relapse). You can listen to ‘Two Urns’ at this link here on Soundcloud or in the clip below:
Produced by Jack Endino (Nirvana, High On Fire, Soundgarden), Grief’s Infernal Flower is due out on September 18th in a variety of formats and special editions.
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1. Two Urns
2. Forest Clouds
3. Crypt Key
9 . Aition
Garrett Morris – Guitars
Parker Chandler – Bass
Dorthia Cottrell – Vocals
Asechiah Bogdan – Guitars
Ryan Wolfe – Drums
French duo Cancers is streaming “Missed,” off of the A-side of their forthcoming single out June 9, 2015 via Debt Offensive Records and produced by legendary Seattle engineer Jack Endino (Nirvana, Mudhoney, Soundgarden) below. “Missed,” one half of the single’s “a-side,” begins with lo-fi fuzz and an electronic rhythm that crackles under the sunny shoegaze guitars before the song unfolds with a hyper dance beat and gorgeously bleak vocal melodies. Formed by Lenny Miller and Ella Kaspar, the duo alternate on vocals offering a sweet juxtaposition between the airy beauty of Kaspar’s perfectly pitched voice and Miller’s bummer pop swoon.
Missed b/w Helpless tracklist:
Richmond, VA psychedelic doom rockers Windhand have began recording their third full length album with producer Jack Endino (Nirvana, Soundgarden, High On Fire) at Soundhouse Recording in Seattle, WA. The currently untitled album will see a fall release via Relapse Records and promises to be their most ambitious record to date. The album will contain nine songs including titles like “Two Urns”, “Hyperion” and “Kingfisher”.
They have two upcoming shows, both supporting Sleep.
Windhand Tour Dates:
May 03: The Masquerade Atlanta, GA
May 04: Center Stage Theatre – Atlanta, GA