Soundgarden Interested In Making New Album

(Classic Rock) Soundgarden haven't made any plans for another album, but they're pretty sure it's going to happen. The band received acclaim for 2012 comeback record King Animal, and enjoyed the experience of touring with their first new release since 1996′s Down On The Upside.

They're currently taking a break, with frontman Chris Cornell about to embark on a solo tour, bassist Ben Shepherd promoting a solo album and drummer Matt Cameron busy with Pearl Jam's upcoming Lightning Bolt.

But their thoughts are directed towards what might happen when they regroup for their seventh full-length release. Asked how their next set of songs might evolve, Cameron tells O2 Academy: "We have a way of writing and playing together the evolution might have already happened. I think we'd like to make a record that's more rock, that has more bite and more guitars."

Guitarist Kim Thayill confirms: "We don't have a plan, but we have a desire and interest in a new album." More from the band.

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