Soundgarden's Kim Thayil says there are no plans for the band members to write or tour under the band name without their late frontman, Chris Cornell.
"No, I don't think that's anything we'd give reasonable consideration to at this point," Thayil said in a recent interview when asked about the possibility of recording under the Soundgarden name. "When I say 'at this point,' I mean perhaps ever," the guitarist told the Seattle Times.
"I don't know really what kind of thing is possible or what we would consider in the future. It's likely nothing. The four of us were that. There were four of us and now there's three of us, so it's just not likely that there's much to be pursued other than the catalog work at this point," he added.
A commemorative statue of Chris Cornell was unveiled in his hometown of Seattle last week.
The life-size bronze statue, sculpted by artist Nick Marras, was commissioned and donated to Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture by Cornell's widow Vicky Cornell.
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