Discussing chances of unleashing a brand new Soundgarden record in the near future, frontman Chris Cornell unexpectedly announced that the new effort might as well "happen tomorrow."
As Chris told KROQ radio, the band is at a point where things are expected to happen organically.
"We haven't been in a studio writing, but because everyone brings song ideas in, it goes from 0 to 60 really fast," the frontman said (via Loudwire). "All of a sudden everyone will have 2 things, and that’s 8 songs you have to work on, and already you're well into making an album, and that could happen tomorrow."
Cornell further added, "We've made a lot of albums, how do you make the next one, and what is your reason for making it? You've got to do something else. We've always got to reach. But having said that, we always naturally do that anyways."
The latest Soundgarden studio record, "King Animal," saw its release in November 2012 via Seven Four Entertainment.