Chris Cornell recently told MusicRadar that he wasn't ruling out the possibility of reuniting with Soundgarden, the seminal Seattle band he formed in the mid-'80s.
"I'm never going to count anything out," he said. "It could absolutely happen. For some reason, there seems to be this belief going around that we had a bad break-up, which is totally untrue.
"There was never any bad blood between us," he continued. "In fact, I spoke with [guitarist] Kim [Thayil] just recently. We've always been good friends."
Adding fuel to the reformation fire was the three-quarters Soundgarden reunion that went down last spring in Seattle, when Thayil, along with bassist Ben Shepherd and drummer Matt Cameron took the stage with Tad Doyle on vocals and Tom Morello on guitar.
"I'm never going to rule anything out. It could absolutely happen. We've always been good friends" Chris Cornell on apossible Soundgarden reunion
"I thought that was terrific," Cornell said. "It gave me a warm feeling. I wish I could have been there."
Comento: Acho que essa sensação de "warm feeling" acaba ficando em todos nós que ouvimos bastante e vivemos a "geração seatle" com bandas como Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Lemonheads entre outros grandes. Espero que voltem mesmo, com sons melhores do que os antigos.