King Animal by Soundgarden
Seattle's Soundgarden will release King Animal, the band's first new studio album in over 15 years via Tom Whalley's new record label, a partnership between his Seven Four Entertainment and Republic Records. The album's first single, "Been Away Too Long," is off to a fast start at radio, as it was the #1 most added song at Rock, Alternative, and Active Rock formats immediately out of the gate.
The band co-produced their sixth studio album with longtime Soundgarden friend and producer Adam Kasper (Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Pearl Jam) and recorded at Studio X in Seattle. King Animal was mixed by Joe Barresi (The Melvins, Queens of the Stone Age, Weezer) in Pasadena, California.
With two GRAMMY award wins, seven overall nominations and over 21 million records sold worldwide, Soundgarden redefined rock music for a whole generation and had a revolutionary impact on the course of musical history. At the dawn of 2010, the band, Chris Cornell, Matt Cameron, Kim Thayil and Ben Shepherd, announced a new beginning. In the last three years since Soundgarden has reunited, they released their first retrospective, Telephantasm, which was certified platinum, their first live album, Live on the I-5, penned at the end title "Live to Rise," for the feature film The Avengers, which went to No. 1 on Modern and Active Rock radio, and headlined sold-out shows and festivals around the world. Now, comes the band's first collection of new songs since the 1990's.
Been Away Too Long
By Crooked Steps
A Thousand Days Before
Blood On The Valley Floor
Bones Of Birds
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