Soundgarden To Webcast “Live On Letterman” Concert Nov. 12th @ 7PM

"We still have something to say about rock music that no one else is saying."

After being separated for nearly 13 years, Soundgarden is reunited and set to unveil a new, highly anticipated album to an anxious fan base Nov. 13.

Just hours before the band drops their new album an a salivating audience, the Seattle foursome will take the stage to treat online viewers worldwide to a webcast featuring fan favorites as well as tracks from King Animal.

The last time the world saw a new Soundgarden record was in 1996 with Down On the Upside. After numerous solo projects, side bands, and the ever present rumors of a reunion, Soundgarden reformed, did a series of select live shows and most importantly, headed back in the studio.

“Been Away Too Long” was the first single from King Animal, hitting stores Nov. 13. King Animal marks the band’s sixth full-length album release.

Frontman Chris Cornell says the band still has quite a story to tell.

“Yes, we’ve been away for 15 years and now we’re back,” Cornell said. “It’s about time. And we still have something to say about rock music that no one else is saying and I feel confident about saying that. I think we definitely do.”

Soundgarden’s performance was Monday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, live from the historic Ed Sullivan theater in New York City.

— Jay Tilles, CBS Local


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