Soundgarden Planning King Animal Follow Up
According to guitarist Kim Thayil, the guys have been working diligently on putting together a special release that will offer a set of the band's rarities and B-sides.
"It's been almost 20 years of backburner neglect," Thayil told Rolling Stone. "The past four years, I've taken some action toward getting the ball rolling. Now it's just a matter of working with Jeff Fura at A&M Records and getting this thing going."
Thayil also said the band hopes to reissue a remixed version of their debut album, 1988's Ultramega OK, at some point. New music is on Soundgarden's mind, as well. When asked about the band's follow-up to 2012's King Animal, Thayil replied, "Yeah, the band has talked about that. That's something that we'll look at in the next two years." more on this story
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