Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Soundgarden to enter the studio to record new album.

Soundgarden who reunited in 2010 to play the Cochella Festival, Lollapalooza and release a greatest hits album/dvd will, as promised enter a Seattle studio next week to record a new album. Slated to be produced by Adam Kasper, the band will make their first new music together since 1996's Down on the Upside (which Kasper also worked on). As Chris Cornell told

We don't have a schedule. It's not like we are going to go into the studio and come out when we we're finished with an album.”

Cornell added:

We're putting the music first. The process of writing, recording and being creative together is the most important thing not meeting a deadline.”

It is expected in the plans laid out by the band last year that after completing a record they would mount a tour to support it. 

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