Soundgarden Song “Black Hole Sun” Named After “Black Sun” Sculpture In Seattle Park

“Black Hole Sun” was the third single released from the 1994 Soundgarden album, Superunknown, and most likely their most popular song.

Soundgarden Black Hole Sun Sculpture Seattle

About the song Chris Cornell said,

 ”It’s just sort of a surreal dreamscape, a weird, play-with-the-title kind of song.”

Ever wonder where the title “Black Hole Sun” came from???

The inspiration for the song title came from “Black Sun”, a 1969 sculpture by Isamu Noguchi located in Seattle, Washington’s Volunteer Park.  The sculpture looks down from Capitol Hill to the Space Needle.

Black Hole Sun Sculpture Soundgarden Seattle Volunteer Park

Black Hole Sun Sculpture Soundgarden Volunteer Park

Coincidently, Soundgarden named their band after an attraction at another Seattle Park.  Click below to read about that one…

Soundgarden Named After A Real “Sound Garden” In Seattle, Washington


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