Temple Of The Dog (Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) will be reissuing their self-titled album on September 30, to commemorate its 25th anniversary. The effort has been remixed, and all the details for the super deluxe version can be found HERE. In other news, the band have also announced their first ever tour.
11/04 Philadelphia, PA – Tower Theater
11/07 New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
11/11 San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Center
11/14 Los Angeles, CA – The Forum
11/20 Seattle, WA – Paramount Theater
Proceeds from these shows will go towards the Chris And Vicky Cornell Foundation and Peal Jam‘s Vitalogy Foundation.
Chris Cornell and A&M Records have officially recieved the master tapes for Temple of the Dog’s self-titled album, which was released 25 years ago. The tapes were in possession of Rajan Parashar, founder of London Bridge Studios in Seattle, WA and brother of the late Rick Parashar, who produced the effort, but they were returned after a long drawn out legal dispute, which began after A&M claimed to have bought the tapes in 1993. Now with all of this settled, a special 25th anniversary edition of the album is in the works.
Temple Of The Dog (Pearl Jam, Soundgarden) reunited, over the weekend, at the “Bridge School Benefit Concert,” in Mountain View, CA. Check out this footage of them performing their song “Hunger Strike”: