Chris Cornell Teams Up With Timbaland For New Pink Floyd Inspired Album

Plus European live dates announced

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Former Soundgarden and frontman and Bond title song writer Chris Cornell has teamed up with producer Timbaland for his forthcoming new album ‘Scream’ and will preview tracks live in London next month.

The collaboration sees the pair use Pink Floyd‘s The Wall album as inspiration for the new LP, which is due out on March 9.

Cornell, who wrote the continuous 13 track album, calls Scream, “the best work I’ve done in my career.”

Chris Cornell will also play a handful of European shows to preview the new album:

London Scala (23 February)
Paris La Cigale (25)
Amsterdam Paradiso (26)
Berlin Columbiahalle (27)


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