Soundgarden’s Matt Cameron On Chris Cornell’s Death: “We’re All Still Processing Our Grief”

Soundgarden’s Matt Cameron was recently interviewed by Billboard about his solo album “Cavedweller,” and during the chat he talked a bit about the tragic death of Chris Cornell. He said the following:

“I don’t think we’re [Soundgarden] ready to say anything other than…Kim [Thayil] and Ben [Shepherd] and I are certainly aware of how much our fans are hurting, and we’re certainly hurting right there along with them. But we’re extremely private people, and we’re all still processing our grief in our own way and on our own time. But we definitely are thinking of our fans and love them very much.”

In other news, Cameron has also released a new lyric video for “Time Can’t Wait”:

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Matt Cameron (Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) Streams New Song “Time Can’t Wait”

Matt Cameron (Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) is streaming a new song titled “Time Can’t Wait,” via Rolling Stone. This track is from his new solo album “Cavedweller,“ which will be released on September 22. Click the LINK to hear the song. On another note, Cameron also offered more insight into the album as well. This included information on the title, which originated in 1983, and the revelation that he had drummer Mark Guiliana and bassist Tim Lefebvre work on the effort, after hearing them play on David Bowie‘s “Blackstar.“ He went on to say that he even played some tracks for the late Chris Cornell (Soundgarden) before his passing and that he liked the material. Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder enjoyed it as well.

Matt Cameron (Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) To Release New Solo Album “Cavedweller’

Matt Cameron (Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) has announced that he will be releasing a new solo album titled “Cavedweller“ on September 22. You can find a teaser for that, along with the cover art and track listing below:

“Cavedweller” Track Listing:

01. “Time Can’t Wait”
02. “All At Once”
03. “Blind”
04. “Through The Ceiling”
05. “One Special Lady”
06. “In The Trees”
07. “Into The Fire”
08. “Real And Imagined”
09. “Unnecessary”