Watch Chris Cornell Deliver 'The Promise' on FallonThe movie, by the same name, stars Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale, and opens in theaters Friday, April 21.
Chris Cornell Releases Track for Armenian Genocide-Themed Film 'The Promise'"The orchestra works just because that did exist and it can be a little bit out of time, so I was swimming in those waters of ambiguity," he said.
Rare Alice In Chains, Soundgarden Songs Featured on 'Singles' ReissueSingles was a film by Cameron Crowe — a cultural time capsule — that captured the Seattle music scene of the early '90s.
Temple of the Dog Perform Their First Concert, 25 Years LaterThey covered Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, David Bowie, Harry Nilsson, Free and the Cure. It was worth the wait.
These 'Westworld' Instrumentals Cover Soundgarden, Radiohead, the Cure"I loved Ramin Djawadi’s interpretation of 'Black Hole Sun,’” said Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell. "It perfectly fits the mood of the scene, and reveals a duality that has always existed in the song.”
Temple of the Dog Share Unreleased Demo 'Black Cat'It's a preview of their deluxe re-release coming in September.
Chris Cornell Brings Classics, Humor and Warmth to NJ ShowHe played classics from throughout his career, covers and seemed to have a blast telling the audience the stories behind the songs.
Temple of the Dog Recordings to be Released for 25th AnniversaryThey're expected to release a 25th anniversary reissue this year.
Chris Cornell Announces Summer Tour DatesThe run kicks off on June 16th in Clearwater, FL
Eddie Vedder, Chris Cornell, Of Monsters and Men Cover Beatles Songs in Netflix SeriesOther artists to cover the Beatles include P!nk, James Bay, The Shins, Of Monsters and Men, Chris Cornell, Regina Spektor and more.
Chris Cornell Dedicates 'Say Hello To Heaven' to Scott WeilandThe track, penned for the Temple of the Dog project, was originally a tribute to late Mother Love Bone singer Andrew Wood.
Chris Cornell Wants to Work with Mike McCready, But Not as Mad SeasonHe doesn't want to call the project "Mad Season," understandably.