Soundgarden have announced a new live album and concert film for their 2013 Live From The Artists Den performance.
This new release coincides with the band’s 35th anniversary, which has also seen them release new limited edition vinyl records each month.
Rock legends Soundgarden are releasing both a live album and concert film from their ever final tour in celebration of their 35th anniversary.
The new footage is from the band’s final show of their sold-out U.S tour, showcasing their final album King Animal. Their set lasted for 2-and-a-half-hours, playing everything from their hits to their earlier tracks such as Hunted Down, which has never been included in a live album.
This performance also includes the first time they played Blind Dogs live. Out of the 29 songs they played, 21 have never been captured on concert footage.
In a statement, guitarist Kim Thaylil stated: “We were very proud and excited to document the performance of our new material from King Animal.”
Soundgarden: Live From the Artists Den will be premiered at immersive screenings in Los Angeles, New York and of course their hometown, Seattle. These viewings will include 12HD camera angles for a multi-screen viewing experience, as well as a live remix set accompanied by a stunning light show.
The live album and film will be available on a range of formats: 2x CD, 4X LPs bundle or Blu-Ray. The limited edition Super Deluxe box set houses four LPs, two CDs, a photo book and the concert film on Blu-Ray, plus 30 bonus minutes of interviews with the band.