After recently announcing they'll be taking a break, grunge icons Soundgarden had the music fans confused, seeing that their return from a 12-year hiatus occurred only three years ago.
But luckily, frontman Chris Cornell now confidently pointed out that we haven't heard the last from the Seattle four-piece.
"You know, I think that the overall attitude about keeping it going and treating it, in a sense, the way that we wanna treat it to keep it going, that attitude seems to be really good," Cornell said during a GMI Rock radio interview. "I mean, there's nothing stopping us from continuing to make records, that's for sure, and continuing to play shows. We had a great experience doing ["King Animal"], and since we've come back together, everything has been kind of that way."
The frontman continued, "There hasn't really been any of the kind of tension, specifically surrounding peripheral stuff, and I think it was a simple as us making the conscious decision to not be influenced by anything other than us four wanting to do it and not putting a business version of a timeline on it."
Soundgarden recently premiered a video for "Halfway There," tune No. 10 off their latest effort "King Animal." The record itself was released in November 2012 via Seven Four Entertainment, landing at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart with 83,000 units sold in the US during the first week.
You can check out "Halfway There" video below: