Thursday, October 25, 2012

Soundgarden preview new song – Bones Of Birds

Soundgarden continue to preview material from their forthcoming album, “King Animal.”

Due November 13, the project is the reunited band’s first studio album in 16 years.

The group recently released the first single, “Been Away Too Long”; earlier this year, Soundgarden issued another tune, “Live To Rise,” as part of the soundtrack for the film, "Marvel's The Avengers."

Now, the Seattle rockers are sharing a preview of the new track, “Bones By Birds.”

“[The song] is a little dark,” says Chris Cornell. “It was sort of lyrically kind of inspired by being a father and having children and having that stress. You know, that stress about you don’t want to see them lose their innocence; in a way that when children lose their innocence and sort of learn about the real world it’s never a good thing - it’s always because of loss, something bad happens, something they weren’t expecting.”

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