Monday, September 17, 2012

Soundgarden reveal King Animal cover and song list

Soundgarden have revealed more details about their forthcoming album, “King Animal.”

On Monday, the band posted the cover art for the album, the full song list, and a teaser clip of audio from an unidentified track.

The album’s lead single, "Been Away Too Long," will be shipped to rock radio stations on Wednesday, September 19.

The Seattle rockers recently shared a preview of “Worse Dreams,” one of the new tracks on the project.

Earlier this year, Soundgarden released “Live To Rise,” the band’s first new song in 15 years, as part of the soundtrack for the film, "Marvel's The Avengers."

Due November 13, "King Animal" is the band’s first studio release since 1996's “Down On The Upside.”

"King Animal"
Release date: November 12 (Europe) / November 13 (North America)

01. Been Away Too Long
02. Non-State Actor
03. By Crooked Steps
04. A Thousand Days Before
05. Blood On The Valley Floor
06. Bones of Birds
07. Taree
08. Attrition
09. Black Saturday
10. Halfway There
11. Worse Dreams
12. Eyelid's Mouth
13. Rowing

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