Tag Archives: Audioslave

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Top Covers by Brass Against (Tool, Audioslave, Rage Against the Machine, Led Zeppelin)

Yeah, cover bands are a bit of a weird musical anomaly. Financially, they’re a certified winner on the live circuit because who and their dancing grannies hasn’t seen an ABBA tribute act, right? But creatively and artistically, it seems they don’t have much of a leg to stand on. If all your purpose is to imitate the artist your trying ...

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CONCRETE KINGDOMS bring their “proper rock attitude…”

The five-piece hard rock band CONCRETE KINGDOMS from Fife in Scotland are proud to bring their “proper rock attitude…” They have already been compared to Audioslave and Creed… and that can’t be bad, right? The band consists of: Mark Hawthorne on vocals, Ben Fraser on guitar, Mark Faulds on guitar, Douglas Fraser on bass and Grant Duncan on drums. Their ...

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Chris Cornell found dead, aged 52

Today the sad news that legendary vocalist for Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple Of The Dog, and his own solo projects: Chris Cornell was found dead after performing in Detroit with Soundgarden. It was later found out the cause of death was suicide by hanging. A spokesperson told the BBC: “He was found on the bathroom floor, our medical unit were called ...

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Review: Chris Cornell – Euphoria Mourning (re-release)

It’s 1999. Soundgarden have broken up and are nearly a decade away from a reunion. Audioslave are a few years off and Chris Cornell needs to fill his day with something. What he creates his debut solo album, at the time named Euphoria Morning. Fast toward to 2015, and Cornell has re-released his debut outing. There are no new tracks ...

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Review: Chris Cornell – Higher Truth

There’s a few things that Higher Truth is and isn’t. It is the follow up to the 2009 album Scream, which featured Chris Cornell teaming up with rapper Timberland to create what can only described as R(ock) n B. Long-time fans will be pleased to know, that’s this time around there isn’t any beatboxing to be heard. You’re not going ...

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Audioslave – Audioslave

There seems to be a recurring ‘supergroup’ theme in recent RAMzine Classic articles. As always, the albums that are analysed are done so because they are shining examples to the rest of the music world on how to create music of the highest quality. This is certainly the case with this week’s classic: Audioslave’s self-titled album. This was a band ...

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