Soundgarden's comeback album to be titled 'King Animal'
Listen to a preview of new track 'Worse Dreams'
Soundgarden are continuing their comeback adventure with the release of their first new studio album in more than 15 years, and now it has a name: "King Animal."
It's the group's first release since 1996's "Down on the Upside," and follows their extensive touring schedule since reuniting in 2010.
As a taste of what fans can expect from "Animal," Chris Cornell and co. released a thirty-second preview of the track "Worse Dreams." The accompanying footage shows the Seattle grunge gods (who look older, but still young-at-heart) in the studio and on the road at some of their recent reunion tour stops.
Watch the preview here:
Boy, Cornell can sure still scream.
Soundgarden released the new song "Live to Rise" earlier this year as part of "The Avengers" soundtrack.
"King Animal" will be unleashed November 13.