WATCH: Remaining Soundgarden members join Pearl Jam and MC5 to perform 'Kick Out The Jams'

Soundgarden 11/07/2018

Soundgarden guitarist Kim Thayil and drummer Matt Cameron came together for this first time since Chris Cornell's death, jamming out to 'Come Together' last month, during a show for MC50 in Denmark.

Still no word from Soundgarden's bass player Ben Shepherd, who is yet to make any public appearances or a statement since Cornell's death. 

You can check out the boy's Beatles rendition in the above promo video for the upcoming 50th anniversary MC50 tour. 

MC50 is a supergroup tribute band to the OG MC5, championed by Wayne Cramer - the band are renowned for their left driven politics and kickass anthem 'Kick Out The Jams',  

Thayil and Cameron have joined Kramer alongside Fugazi’s Brendan Canty, King’s X’s Dug Pinnick and Zen Guerrilla’s Marcus Durant.

The group also recently synced up with Pearl Jam (a band that also features Matt Cameron on drums) at Belgium’s Rock Werchter festival, where they smashed out “Kick Out the Jams” and Kramer shared vocals with Eddie Vedder.