Despite being in the game for the better part of 30 years, Seattle grunge legends Soundgarden still occasionally pump out new material. And some of it, surprisingly, is still pretty damn worth while.

The band's newest single 'Storm' is its first in nearly two years. And while a band that has been around for as long as Soundgarden might be tempted to drift into a more moderate territory, 'Storm' still inhibits a lot of what the band originally captured during its heyday in the early 90s. The sludged tempo, muddy bass, and quintessential snarl of Chris Cornell are still on full display, even though Cornell's massive voice cannot seem to reach its former improbable heights. And even so, it's positively riveting compared to what some fellow '90s alt rock veterans have been pushing out as of late.

As of now, there's no official word on the origin of the track or potential of more new material on the way.

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