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Posted Oct 14, 2013 02:00 PM
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell recently addressed the matter of Temple of the Dog reunion, saying that such an endeavor was already considered several times.
While chatting with 107.7 the Bone, Cornell explained: "We've talked about it, we've talked about it a bunch of time but we don't have any plans to do it. For us to actually be able to play a show, we only ever played one show, so I think that would be fun to do if everybody wanted to do it. Play a couple shows where we can play all the songs, because we never did that."
Temple of the Dog was founded in 1990 in Seattle and consisted of Cornell and drummer Matt Cameron, as well as future Pearl Jam members Jeff Ament, Stone Gossard, Mike McCready and vocalist Eddie Vedder. The group released a self-titled debut in 1991 and disbanded a year later. You can check out the full chat below.
Would you like to see the arguable supergroup back on track, at least for a one-off show? Let us know in the comments.