They'll also be promoting the release with special events in Los Angeles, New York and Seattle.
“This live show was really special, and I know how much fun Chris had that night," Vicky Cornell, the widow of singer Chris Cornell, said in a press release. "The idea of giving fans the opportunity to experience it in its entirety is something I’m proud to share with them.”
The Wiltern will also be the site of the video's first public screening on June 17. The press release says the event will "showcase 12 HD camera angles customized for an immersive multi-screen viewing experience," including live remixes of the audio in ultra-high resolution audio and a light show.
The presentation will be repeated the next night at Brooklyn Steel in New York. The film, without the additional features, will be shown on June 23 in Seattle at the Showbox, where Soundgarden reunited in 2010 as the "Nudedragons.”
Tickets for all three events go on sale today at 5PM ET at Artists Den's website.