Saturday, June 8, 2019

Soundgarden to premiere Live From The Artists Den via global IMAX event

Soundgarden will premiere their upcoming release, “Live From The Artists Den”, exclusively in IMAX for special one-night global event on July 1.

The project captures the Seattle band’s appearance at The Wiltern in Los Angeles on the final night of a US tour in support of 2012’s “King Animal”, as filmed for the long-running concert series.

IMAX has digitally re-mastered the 21-song performance for a world premiere in more than 30 markets, from Argentina to India to the United States.

“We were very proud and excited to document the performance of our new material from King Animal,” explains guitarist Kim Thayil, “and to celebrate with each other and our fans.”

“This live show was really special, and I know how much fun Chris had that night,” says Vicky Cornell on behalf of the Chris Cornell Estate. “The idea of giving fans the opportunity to experience it in its entirety is something we are proud to share with them.”

“We are proud to bring this beautifully recorded show into IMAX theatres for its cinematic, high fidelity debut," adds Artists Den Creator Mark Lieberman. “Fans are going love it.”

Tickets for the IMAX premiere of “Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den” are now available now at

Ahead of the IMAX event, Soundgarden will launch the project with a series of screenings, including a June 17 event at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, a June 18 stop at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY, and June 23 evening at he Showbox in Seattle, WA.

“Soundgarden: Live From The Artists Den” will see its official release on July 26; it will be available in multiple formats, including a limited edition Super Deluxe box featuring four LPs, two CDs, a photo book and the concert film on Blu-Ray; 4-LP black vinyl and limited edition colored vinyl; Blu-Ray; 2-CD, and digital audio and digital video.

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