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Audioslave Are Reuniting For Their First Gig In Over A Decade

Written by Tom Williams on January 18, 2017

Audioslave have announced their first show in over 10 years, as part of an ‘Anti Inauguration Ball’ in protest of US President Elect, Donald Trump.

Rock supergroup Prophets Of Rage (which features Audioslave’s Tom Morello, Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford) dropped news of the show today, announcing Audioslave’s place on the ‘Anti Inauguration Ball’ lineup alongside the likes of rapper Vic Mensa, actor/musician Jack Black and singer-songwriter Jackson Browne.

Prophets Of Rage are also set to perform at the event, which is scheduled for this Friday, 20th January, in Los Angeles, on the same day as Trump’s inauguration as US President in Washington.

Audioslave (and Soundgarden) frontman Chris Cornell played live with Tom Morello back in 2014 after a nine-year break, and since then Morello, Cornell and Wilk have been dropping hints that the full band might eventually reunite.

So now that it looks like it’s actually happening, could someone please go get Rage Against The Machine on a reunion tour?

Catch the full ‘Anti Inauguration Ball’ announcement poster, below.

Watch: Audioslave – ‘Cochise’

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