Seattle grunge pioneer Mudhoney is going to release two albums in 2018

January 3, 2018

Photo by Mat Hayward

One of Seattle's pioneering grunge bands, Mudhoney, has announced they are putting out two new records in 2018 - one live and one studio.

The first of the two albums, Live in Europe, drops January 19 via Sub Pop.

The band formed out off the ashes of another band, Green River, which saw a couple of the other members go on to form Pearl Jam. 2018 marks the 30th anniversary of the band's release of their debut album, Superfuzz Bigmuff, in 1988.

Mudhoney also happens to be the band that made it so The End can't do live in-studio performances before 6:00 p.m.

According to Gregr, "They're the band that got live, fully plugged in music banned during business hours. I remember they were recording content for our website for Locals Only Artist of the Month (lol) and they must have done five total takes before everyone upstairs downstairs and down the hall had been thoroughly shaken by the thundering sound of Mudhoney. It was awesome."

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