Soundgarden reunite at secret show in Seattle

Nearly four months after announcing that Soundgarden would be reuniting after more than a decade-long hiatus, the band surprised their hometown of Seattle with a secret show Friday night at Showbox At The Market.

News first spread of the secret show when a Seattle radio station began tweeting about it and it was later revealed that a band called Nudedragons–an anagram of Soundgarden–would be playing the venue Friday, tickets reportedly sold out in less than 15 minutes.

Soundgarden played a two-hour set for their first show in 13 years in front of 1,000 fans including songs that covered a vast range of the band’s material.

“Searching With My Good Eye Closed”
“Rusty Cage”
“Beyond the Wheel”
“Ugly Truth”
“Fell on Black Days”
“Hunted Down”
“Nothing to Say”
“Loud Love”
“Blow Up the Outside World”
“Pretty Noose”
“Slaves and Bulldozers”
“Get on the Snake”
“Big Dumb Sex”
“Waiting for the Sun”

Soundgarden are slated to play this August’s Lollapalooza along with Green Day, AFI and more.

via Alt.Press

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