That’s probably a good idea.
I mean, who even really cared about Soundgarden’s reunion once it happened anyways? I feel like the pre-reunion anticipation was more fevered than the post-reunion reality.
The band plans to take a break from performing after their upcoming European tour, which kicks off on September 4 in Helsinki, Finland, and concludes on September 19 in London, England.
“I think [after the European tour] that will be it for awhile. I know that Matt [Cameron]’s going to do some touring with Pearl Jam and I think Chris [Cornell] is going to be working on a solo acoustic record and he might be playing some shows during that,” says guitarist Kim Thayil.
“And I will be working on compiling the Soundgarden B-sides box, which we have a lot of songs that were released on European and Australian releases, movie soundtracks, various things like that that have yet to be compiled and put into album form.”
I really do think Soundgarden should go away again. That reunion record was a complete piece of shit.
I really don’t think we need another one.
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