AUDIOSLAVE: Entire New Album Available For Streaming

This Sunday, September 3, AUDIOSLAVE guitarist and diehard Chicago Cubs fan Tom Morello will throw out the first pitch prior to the Cubs/San Francisco Giants game at Wrigley Field in Chicago.

AUDIOSLAVE will release its third album, "Revelations", on September 5. The CD is preceded by the first single, "Original Fire". The album's title track is also being used in the Madden NFL 2007 video game. Listen to the entire CD now at VH1.com.

AUDIOSLAVE frontman Chris Cornell recently announced that he plans to record his second solo album at the end of this summer, with a release scheduled for next year. In addition, Cornell has also recorded "You Know My Name" for the upcoming James Bond movie "Casino Royale", as well as a song for the independent film "Bug".

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