Published On July 9, 2011 | By Brett Buchanan | Featured, Soundgarden

Credit: Wall Street Journal

Can you give me an example of what the new music sounds like?

I’m really happy with it. I understand the feeling of the album. It’s very true to form for Soundgarden yet you can’t compare it to anything else.

How does writing, playing heavy, aggressive music in your forties compare to doing it in your teens and twenties?

I don’t feel like the source has changed. In some ways as people get older they might have convictions that change but ultimately they may be more open-minded about everything. That’s part of being an adult and getting older. I don’t think music necessarily is affected by that. For me it’s important that the lyrics are borne of the feeling of the music. I don’t get in there and create a character. It’s more of a voice that I hear living inside the music.

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Bio: Brett hosted the BWR podcast from 2004 to 2009, and then opened in May 2009. The site changed its name to in June 2013. Brett also owns Reach out to Brett at; brett (at)
  • Joe

    That picture is hilarious. Chris is about to Cobain himself.

  • Fraser

    ^^ thats the funniest thing I’ve ever heard! ‘cobain himself’… perfect!

  • John

    Joe > genius

  • seo

    or Jeremy himself

  • Allessandro

    That’s not funny at all. You die now fools. >:D