Grunge Supergroup Announce New Album!
Megaforce reports: On September 9, 2003, Wellwater Conspiracy will release its ultimate album of blistering music on Transdreamer/Megaforce Records. Inspired by its desire to mold the past and future, Wellwater has finally reached its boiling point with 11 of its finest songs in its history.
When you consider the accomplishments of Wellwater Conspiracy's members, from the ground-breaking Soundgarden to Monster Magnet to Pearl Jam, it's simply astounding that they have created and been involved with some of rock music's most historical albums.
Wellwater Conspiracy is fronted by Matt Cameron, the long-time drummer of the legendary Soundgarden, and now a current member of Pearl Jam, and John McBain, the original founding guitarist of Monster Magnet. The impetus for this band is plain and simple: "We don't have to write a hit single or any of that kind of junk. In that respect, it's great (laughs). I think that's reward in and of itself," says singer Matt Cameron.
"I love doing this project because we have a real sense of freedom," says Matt Cameron. "WWC is very rewarding for both of us and that's the main reason we like doing it. We just do what we want to do."
Title: Wellwater Conspiracy
Recorded late-2002 & 2003 at Space Studios, Seattle WA. Mixed at Avant! Studios,
Produced by Wellwater Conspiracy
Jack Endino for last minute edits
Players: Matt Cameron, John McBain, Glenn Slater
1. Wimple Witch,
2. Galaxy 265,
3. Night Sky,
5. Sea Miner,
7. Something In The Air,
8. Sullen Glacier,
9. Crow Revolt,
10. My Darker Bongo,
11. Dresden Overture 2001 saw the release of "The Scroll and Its Combinations", the first Wellwater Conspiracy album to be issued on a sizeable record label (TVT). The album received favorable reviews in the press, as it featured such special guest as Eddie Vedder.(from metalrefuge.com)
When the Maroon 5 entered recording, Adam´s relationship with then girlfriend was falling apart. The songs that pertained to break-ups and the like were inspired by what was happening to them. Thus, the title "Songs About Jane"