Temple of the Dog, the supergroup featuring members of Soundgarden and Pearl Jam, recently reunited to re-release their 1991 self-titled album, which was recorded as a tribute to late Mother Love Bone frontman Andrew Wood.

Over the weekend, the band began a series of sold-out tour dates in support of the 25th anniversary reissue of the album and fan-shot footage of the first two performances has made its way online.

The setlists for the shows included cuts from Temple of the Dog’s sole album, as well as unreleased songs like the Chris Cornell-penned ‘Missing’. The band also worked through several Mother Love Bone songs and numerous covers.

The eclectic mix of covers included renditions of Black Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’, Led Zeppelin’s ‘Achilles Last Stand’, David Bowie’s ‘Quicksand’, The Cure’s ‘Fascination Street’, and Harry Nilsson’s ‘Jump Into The Fire’.

Check out footage from the performances below.