Soundgarden leader Chris Cornell died!


Chris Cornell has been one of the most prominent rock musicians since the early 1990s, he has been the Seattle grunge scene, he has become famous with the Soundgarden group, he has been known for his large-scale specific voice and has made several major musical projects throughout his career!

The singer, who was the leader of Soundgarden and Audioslave, died at the age of 52. The AP agency, which represented the singer, said that death was sudden and unexpected. The singer died Wednesday night in Detroit, where he was on tour with his band Soundgarden. Just a few hours before the concert, he added to the social networking status where he enjoys a sold-out concert.

His musical career began in the group of Sheps, founded in 1981 by dissatisfied high school students, future members of Soundgarden seeking singer. The 19-year-old Chris Cornell, who was astonished by his unique voice, was told.

1991 was a breakthrough and extremely fruitful for Soundgarden. This year, through Nirvan’s Nevermind album, the Seattle scene, led by Nirvana, Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains, and others into the world of pop culture, brought with it both specific progressive music, a new style of fashion and ideas, Which the whole generation has identified.

Soundgarden released the Badmotorfinger album this year. They also collaborated on Seattle’s cult movie Singles, and the soundtrack, which became another icon of grunge style, was also recorded by Chris Cornell and his first solo track, Seasons. Another extraordinary quality project and no less important grunge pillar was the album Temple Of The Dog, in which Chris Cornell collaborated with Pearl Jam musicians, Cornell composed and stitched the song. On Hunger Strike he sang along with Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam.