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What if all the angst and aggression of grunge were filtered through the sound chips of the very same video-game systems those artists grew up on? It's a question we've asked ourselves many, many…   Read Story »
In addition to breaking our hearts by breaking up, Death Grips also left Trent Reznor hanging by canceling all of their tour dates after they were announced as openers for the Nine Inch…   Read Story »
Soundgarden has been stretching out the Superunknown 20th anniversary celebration for many months, and that celebration continued last night on The Tonight Show in conjunction with the album's deluxe…   Read Story »
As fans of our Anniversary features already know, Soundgarden released Superunknown, their popular breakthrough and arguable masterpiece, 20 years ago. They celebrated the anniversary by playing the…   Read Story »
As we all pretty much surmised last week, Alternative Nation royalty Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails will be hitting the road together this summer, setting up shop at pretty much every shed in the…   Read Story »
There was a time when it wasn't a pseudo-common thing for a band to play a record straight through in concert. That time wasn't that long ago, but it seems to be receding ever faster into the…   Read Story »
Nine Inch Nails and Soundgarden celebrate two big anniversaries today as both The Downward Spiral and Superunknown turn 20 years old (which resulted in some animosity between the two bands back in…   Read Story »
This year is going to be a strange one for anniversaries. On one hand, we have a slew of British albums turning twenty -- Definitely Maybe, His 'N' Hers, Parklife -- that mark the rise of Britpop.…   Read Story »
Lady Gaga might not be able to perform at SXSW the way she wants, but the Austin clusterfuck won't be short on way-too-famous people this year, in case you were concerned. Apple is bringing its…   Read Story »
This is the year that Superunknown, the album that transformed Soundgarden from promising grunge mainstays to king-shit rock gods, turns 20. And the band is marking the occasion in exactly the way…   Read Story »