Can anyone confirm that Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell is not immortal? Because I’m pretty positive that this guy doesn’t age. Guitarist Kim Thayil has always looked like he was 79-years-old, but the frontman himself looks pretty much as he did back in the 80s.
I’m starting to think that Cornell feeds on the life-force of his fans to stay young. Which is why the band is headed back out on tour this year: so he can feed.
To the point, though. Six Soundgarden tracks are coming to Rock Band next week, including bits of music from all over the band’s discography.
- “Blow Up the Outside World”
- “Burden in My Hand”
- “Fell on Black Days”
- “Rusty Cage”
- “The Day I Tried to Live”
You can get the entire pack for $9.99/800 MS Points/1,000 Wii Points, or buy them individually for $1.99/160 MS Points/200 Wii Points. For an additional 99 cents, you can upgrade “Burden in My Hands” and “The Day I Tried To Live.”
The song “Pretty Noose,” which was previously released as DLC, can be upgraded for an additional 99 cents, as well.