Diverse, heavy-hitting and truly fearless, the ‘Badmotorfinger’ album ensured that Soundgarden were among the head of the pack after grunge broke worldwide.
The rock world mourns as alt.rock icon and Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell is found dead at the age of 52, after playing a concert in Detroit.
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Eagles Of Death Metal and Haim are among the artists set to appear at the 2017 Pemberton Music Festival in British Columbia, Canada
Soundgarden vocalist Chris Cornell says his other band Temple Of The Dog are 'Motivated to do something again' after a successful US tour.
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Soundgarden's landmark 1991 album Badmotorfinger will be released in four special editions for its 25th anniversary by UMe/A&M Records on 18 November.
Temple Of The Dog guitarist Stone Gossard tells uDiscover just what makes their 1991 self-titled album so special.
Temple Of The Dog’s self-titled debut album is being reissued on 30 September in a stunning super deluxe four-disc box set.
Defiantly anti-establishment, punk’s DIY stance shocked the music industry in the 70s, but its influence can still be felt today - as uDiscover reveals.
Soundgarden's second album, 1989's Louder Than Love, is coming back to vinyl, as is a 20th anniversary double LP edition of their Down On The Upside set.
An innovation of the psychedelic era, putting backwards messages into songs became de rigueur for metal acts in the 80s. But which of these really existed?
Reissued on 15 July, Hater’s self-titled debut is a much-loved cult record that reveals a different side of the grunge explosion of the 90s.
One of the darkest albums of the 1990s, 'The Downward Spiral,' started to become the biggest in the career of Nine Inch Nails on 26 March, 1994.
Wolfmother return with another howl from the rock’n’roll depths. Released on 19 February 2016, Victorious was recorded in record time.
As one of the Big Four of thrash, Anthrax helped usher in a style of metal that not only dominated throughout the 80s, but lay the template for metal to come.