Soundgarden: the last album of the band could be released soon

The legal battle between Soundgarden and Vicky Cornell ended with an amicable out of court resolution. The posthumous album could be finally released.

As reported on all social media accounts both by Vicky Cornell and the band, the hatchet has been buried and the surviving members can finally work on the vocal tracks recorded by Cornell before his death.

Vicky & Chris Cornell and Soundgarden shared this message on their social network. “Soundgarden and Vicky Cornell, on behalf of the estate of Chris Cornell, are happy to announce they have reached an amicable out of court resolution. The reconciliation marks a new partnership between the two parties, which will allow to hear the final songs that band and Chris were working on. The two parties are united and coming together to propel, honor and build upon Soungarden’s incredible legacy as well as Chris’ indelible mark on music history – as one of the greatest songwriters and vocalists of all time”.

Now that the legal dispute is finally solved, the three remaining Soundgarden members – Matt Cameron, Ben Shepherd and Kim Thayil – can finally get back to work together to the last studio album of the band.

Below there is a list of the songs that could be featured in the album:

Ahead Of The Dog (Cornell/Thayil)
At Ophians Door (Cornell/Cameron)
Cancer (Cornell)
Merrmas (Cornell/Shepherd)
Orphans (Cornell/Cameron)
Road Less Traveled (Cornell/Cameron)
Stone Age Mind (Cornell)