“Tons of unreleased music from Audioslave,” says Tom Morello

Audioslave was a rock supergroup that consisted of Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell and Rage Against the Machine

author_img R Vargese Published :  07th June 2019 11:55 AM   |   Published :   |  07th June 2019 11:55 AM
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During a conversation with Guitar World, guitarist Tom Morello got to talking about his Audioslave collaboration with late bandmate Chris Cornell and revealed that there was "a record's worth" of unreleased Audioslave songs waiting to be heard. 

Answering a fan question about the band’s vault of unreleased music, Morello confirmed its existence.

"There certainly is a chance," Morello replied. "There are no plans for that currently to be released, but there's no impediments to [it] being released, either. We'll figure it out at some point. There's probably a record's worth of stuff that didn't get released. It's really good, too. Some of the choices of what songs were on what records were almost arbitrary. There's a few of my favourite Audioslave songs that just never fully saw the light of day, so hopefully, they'll come out some way."

Audioslave was a rock supergroup that consisted of Soundgarden lead singer Chris Cornell and Rage Against the Machine members Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk. The band put out three records between 2002 and 2006 but never got back together for more music prior to Cornell's death in 2017.

Tom Morello just completed a spring tour following his recent solo album, The Atlas Underground. 

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