After a 12-year breakup, grunge-metal rockers Soundgarden reunited to headline last summer's Lollapalooza festival. According to guitarist Kim Thayil, the band might not stop there.
In an interview with Canadian radio station CFNY-FM, Thayil dropped heavy hints about an album of new material on top of a collection of b-sides and a live album already expected next spring.
Thayil told CFNY-FM, "When we get together to rehearse it's natural for us... to start jamming and inventing," He continued, "I'm not confirming anything, but it's impossible for us to get in a room and not come up with ideas."
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