Soundgarden Member Reacts To Chris Cornell’s Grave Being Decorated For Halloween


Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron reacted to the decorations on Chris Cornell’s grave at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery for the Halloween Dia de Los Muertos/Day of the Dead celebration. Cameron commented on Facebook, “I love it, thank you!”

Chris Cornell’s widow Vicky shared a photo of the beautiful decorations on his grave for Hollywood Forever Cemetery’s Dia de Los Muertos/Day of the Dead Halloween celebration.

Vicky Cornell wrote on Instagram, “One thousand flowers laid in honor of @chriscornell for Dia de Los Muertos. Thank you @lindaramone for all your help in making sure this was done so beautifully. It still doesn’t seem real. Thank you for being here not only for Chris, but me and our three children- we love you Ramone!”

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Soundgarden and Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron recently released his debut solo album Cavedweller. On the vinyl version of the album, Cameron paid tribute to his late Soundgarden bandmate Chris Cornell, with a ‘For Chris’ inscription.

Pearl Jam and Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron discussed playing his debut solo album Cavedweller for Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder. Cameron completed the album earlier in 2017, and played it for Cornell just two months prior to his death. Below is an excerpt of what Cameron told Rolling Stone.

Thirty years of work with Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder – inarguably two of the greatest singers of their era – made Cameron slightly unsure of his own vocal chops. “The vocal aspect was the toughest part for me,” he says. ” I’m pretty limited in terms of what I can do, but it’s better for me to do it all as opposed to bringing in a real singer and doing it that way even though my vocal prowess is very limited in comparison to Chris and Eddie.”

The album was finished before Cornell passed away. “I played some of it for him last March,” says Cameron. “He really liked it. He was always very supportive of me writing music for the band and kind of going for it. That was great. And I played some of it for Eddie and he really liked it, too. That felt great.”

01. “Time Can’t Wait”
02. “All At Once”
03. “Blind”
04. “Through The Ceiling”
05. “One Special Lady”
06. “In The Trees”
07. “Into The Fire”
08. “Real And Imagined”
09. “Unnecessary”