The demise of Chris Cornell in 2017 seemingly halted Soundgarden’s second act, however in a brand new interview, guitarist Kim Thayil says followers might not have seen the final of him enjoying alongside Soundgarden bandmates Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd.
Whereas talking with Lifeminute TV (as seen beneath), Thayil supplied, “I feel it’s totally doubtless that Matt and Ben and I’ll play collectively. I feel we all know that the songs that we love, that we did for many years with Soundgarden, if we’re gonna play these songs once more or hear these songs once we wanna hear them, at greatest it’s going to be with a minimum of the three of us; that is the closest we’re gonna get at this level.”
He continued, “So I feel we would wanna re-explore that and try this at a while sooner or later. And I feel the three of us have an curiosity in doing new issues. We definitely like working collectively.”
The three musicians have carried out collectively sparingly since Cornell’s demise, turning up on the 2019 “I Am the Freeway: A Tribute to Chris Cornell” profit present in Los Angeles. Additionally they joined one of many artists from that present, Brandi Carlile, onstage throughout her live performance final August in George, Washington for a few Soundgarden covers.
Having collaborated with the surviving Soundgarden members onstage and on file for 2020’s A Rooster Says Document Retailer Day providing, Carlile has expressed her want to proceed singing with the three musicians. “I’d make the time,” said Carlile final 12 months, including that she’d take her frequent collaborators Phil and Tim Hanseroth along with her.
Whereas it was not revealed what kind any pairing of Thayil, Cameron and Shepherd would take sooner or later, drummer Matt Cameron additionally reiterated in 2020 that he felt that they weren’t completed enjoying collectively both. “I feel most individuals assume the three of us over and accomplished with since Chris handed away, however that’s not the case,” said Cameron on the time. “It’s good to know that folks nonetheless wish to hear us play collectively.”
Kim Thayil Speaks With Lifeminute TV
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