Both Megan March and John No, equal parts of Street Eaters, were born in Oakland, raised in the East Bay, and came of age in the DIY punk world of 924 Gilman, Mission Records, and the Oakland art warehouse scene. At times you get a glimpse of the well-known East Bay sound in their music, but the band draws from a wide and varied musical palette. Street Eaters
Saade (formerly Sade) is a two-piece rock band based in Prague, Czech republic, formed in 2009. The band's sound is heavy, deriving influences from 70s hard rock, 90s grunge, psychedelic and stoner rock, with deep guitarlines and blues-inspired feeling. The lyrics are dark and somewhat disturbing. Think Kyuss, Goatsnake, Dinosaur Jr. or Melvins (goes pop). The band comprises of Tomas (guitar, vocals, lyrics, also playing guitar for sunshine genocide) and Simon (drums, formerly of The Ritchie Success).
Chris Cornell (1964, Seattle, WA, United States) is an American singer/songwriter and guitarist. In 1984 he formed the band Soundgarden with bassist Hiro Yamamoto. Throughout the late 1980s and 90s, Soundgarden experienced major success as one of the major grunge bands (along with groups such as Alice in Chains, Nirvana, and Pearl Jam). In 1990, Chris Cornell worked together with the (then) Soundgarden drummer Matt Cameron, and Stone Gossard, Jeff Ament and Mike McCready (who would later form Pearl Jam) in a project named Temple of the Dog.