Soundgarden Unleash Trippy Video for ‘Storm’
To celebrate the release of their box set ‘Echo of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across the Path,’ Soundgarden have unleashed a video for ‘Storm.’ Watch the hypnotic and psychedelic clip in the player above.
The trippy black and white video, which just debuted at NME, features shifting ink blot patterns that almost seem to come alive with spiders, crows, guns and more. The Josh Graham-directed clip brilliantly accents the five-plus minute psychedelic song with it's bizarre imagery.
‘Storm’ was recorded back in May with producer Jack Endino, who helmed Soundgarden’s debut EP, ‘Screaming Life,’ back in 1987. It's featured on the band’s rarities box set ‘Echo of Miles: Scattered Tracks Across the Path,’ which is divided into three discs titled, ‘Originals,’ ‘Covers’ and ‘Oddities.’ It also contains seven previously unreleased tracks including ‘Storm’ and 'Kristi.’ You can order tons of different bundles here.
In other Soundgarden news, following the 20th anniversary reissue of their 1994 album, ‘Superunknown,’ they are planning to give their 1988 effort, ‘Ultramega OK,’ the same treatment. Guitarist Kim Thayil said he and producer Jack Endino recently began remixing the album, which has “a beautiful, heavier, warmer mix.”
Soundgarden will return to the studio to work on new music in 2015.