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In the spirit of the supergroups of the past, two of the most important groups of the nineties have pooled their talents
to create a new band: AUDIOSLAVE! On November 19, 2002, Epic Records released Audioslave's self-titled debut album featuring
former lead singer/guitarist of Soundgarden, Chris Cornell (vocals) and Rage Against The Machine's Tim Commerford (bass),
Tom Morello (guitar), and Brad Wilk (drums). Audioslave was recorded in Los Angeles at Cello Studios with producer Rick Rubin.
AUDIOSLAVE RE-TEAMS WITH BRENDAN O'BRIEN FOR REVELATIONS SET FOR RELEASE SEPTEMBER 5,2006!
In a recent interview with RollingStone.com, Tom Morello described REVELATIONS as "Led Zeppelin meets Earth, Wind and
Fire," adding that it's a "big hard rock record with a funky bottom." Among the album's many highlights is the groove-driven
lead single, "Original Fire," and "Wide Awake," about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. "It's probably Audioslave's most
political song to date," says Morello.
AUDIOSLAVE recorded REVELATIONS at Henson Studios in Los Angeles with
acclaimed producer Brendan O'Brien. O'Brien, whose myriad credits include Pearl Jam and Bruce Spingsteen, mixed Audioslave's
Out of Exile record and the Live in Cuba CD and DVD. His history with the band goes back even farther, as he produced Rage
Against The Machine albums Evil Empire (1996), The Battle of Los Angeles (1999) and Renegades (2000) and mixed Soundgarden's
REVELATIONS follows 2005's Out of Exile, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top 200 and
featured the Grammy nominated single "Doesn't Remind Me."
The full track-listing for REVELATIONS is as follows:
And The Same" "Sound of a Gun" "Until We Fall" "Original Fire" "Broken City" "Somedays" "Shape of Things
To Come" "Jewel of the Summertime" "Wide Awake" "Nothing Left To Say But Goodbye" "Moth"
Audioslave Live in Cuba DVD Coming October 11th, 2005
The Audioslave Live in Cuba (Regular & Special Edition) DVD is coming October
11th. The Special Edition tracklist is as follows:
1. Set It Off 2. Your Time Has Come 3. Like A Stone 4.
Spoonman 5. The Worm 6. Gasoline 7. Heaven's Dead 8. Doesn't Remind Me 9. Be Yourself 10. Bulls On
Parade 11. Out of Exile 12. Outshined 13. Shadow On The Sun 14. Black Hole Sun 15. I Am The Highway 16.
Show Me How To Live 17. Cochise
Disc/Side 2 1. Documentary 2. TV Version
Disc/Side 3 1. Be
Yourself 2. Loud Love 3. Doesn't Remind Me 4. Out of Exile 5. Sleep Now In The Fire
New Audioslave LP: 'Led Zeppelin Meets Earth, Wind & Fire'
In the words of
Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello, the rock and roll group's forthcoming third opus is an "ass-kicker."
As fans might expect, the still-untitled LP (Morello said the band's toying with the idea of naming
it Revelations) is bursting at the seams with the kind of brutal riff rock that's become Audioslave's trademark. But at the
same time, they've woven deep '70s funk and soul grooves with heavy guitars, "and it's a pretty potent combination," he said.
When the album drops (Morello dispelled reports that it will surface in June), expect the end result
to be "really unique" and "as hard-rockin' an album as we've ever made," the guitarist said.
"If you want your ass kicked, you've come to the right place," he added. "And you may have the opportunity
to shake that ass too."