Soundgarden put on a display of powerhouse riffing last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where the Seattle rockers dug a song deeper into their new album, King Animal. Accompanied by a battery of flashing lights on Kimmel's outdoors stage, Chris Cornell and Kim Thayil locked into a thick, chugging guitar figure on "By Crooked Steps," propelled by battering-ram rhythm from Matt Cameron and Ben Shepherd. The band also played "Been Away Too Long," the first single from King Animal.
Soundgarden Unleash 'By Crooked Steps' on 'Kimmel'
Seattle rockers dig deeper into their latest album, 'King Animal'
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