The Garden Of Sound Blooms At Soundgarden’s Artists Den Performance

by (@SamSpokenWord)

Palladia is airing Soundgarden’s full Live From The Artists Den concert Wednesday, April 2 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of these ragers rocking their faces off with the hit “Rusty Cage” — hope you got your tetanus shot. Despite the name, this song is anything but rusty. These grunge originators who rose from the city of Seattle have their style down to a science. They’re loud, proud and would probably scare your grandmother – but they’re okay with that. With Grammy Awards for singles “Blackhole Sun” and “Spoonman” under their belt, they’re confident they’ve got a good thing going. And we’re pretty confident ourselves.

As if this performance isn’t hard core enough, the performance is held in The Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles, California. Which is basically a sick venue with some outreagously cool Art Deco architecture. Grunge meets fine art at this performance, and you don’t want to miss the madness.

In the meantime, here’s a glimpse of what you’ll encounter in the show…

Drummer Matt Cameron is on point. You can feel it to your core!

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Lead guitarist Kim Thayil is literally in a TRANCE. Talk about being in the zone…

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Kim even keeps his cool as bassist Ben Shepherd sneaks his way behind him.

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Then Ben gets sneaky behind frontman Chris Cornell.  What are you doing?!

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Basically, this show is raw, raging, and will make you wanna throw up those devil horns!!

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