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Prophets Of Rage Pay Tribute To Chris Cornell With Audioslave Cover

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Rap-rock revival band Prophets of Rage paid tribute to late Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell during a performance in the Greek capital of Athens Tuesday night.

Rap-rock revival band Prophets of Rage paid tribute to late Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell during a performance in the Greek capital of Athens Tuesday night. The group covered Audioslave’s 2002 hit single “Chochise,” which was co-written by Cornell and Tom Morello as members of Audioslave. Introducing the track, Morello called on the crowd to sing along, “because you’re his voice now.” “If you don’t know the words, just rock the f**k out in his memory,” he added. Morello later paid tribute to the late Audioslave frontman, who ended his life in 2017, on Instagram. “19 years ago #RATM played to one of the craziest & most memorable crowds ever in Athens. Tonight’s @prophetsofrage crowd might have topped it. The crazy bonfires, the militant comrades, the stunning aftershow view and the emotional @chriscornellofficial ‘Cochise’ tribute with spotlight on empty mic were highlights for me,” he wrote. Copyright(c) 2019 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved