Soundgarden frontman confirms release of first solo album since 2009
Chris Cornell has confirmed plans to release new solo album ‘Higher Truth’ in the autumn.
The Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman today confirmed the first details of his fourth solo record, which will be the follow up to 2009’s Timbaland-produced ‘Scream’.
Stereogum reports that the information came through a press release announcing that Cornell will tour Australia and New Zealand later this year where he will play old hits and songs from ‘Higher Truth’ in an “unplugged, up-close, and personal setting.”
Cornell was in the news last year after a woman was charged with allegedly tweeting him over 100 abusive and violent messages from nine different Twitter accounts. Another woman, Jessica Leigh Robbins, was later arrested for sending death threats to the 50-year-old and his family.
Soundgarden reformed in 2010 and released the album ‘King Animal’ in 2012