AUDIOSLAVE Taps GOOGLE EARTH To Reveal Sneak Peek Of Album Art
Audioslave Nation has just been unveiled on Google Earth, offering a first glimpse at the art concept for AUDIOSLAVE's forthcoming album, "Revelations".
Google Earth is the downloadable virtual globe program that maps the earth by pasting images obtained from satellite imagery over a 3D globe. The utopian island of Audioslave Nation is located in the Indian Ocean between South America and New Zealand at approximately 42° longitude and -137° latitude. Access www.audioslave.com/audioslavenation to start planning your trip.
AUDIOSLAVE drummer Brad Wilk notes, "Hey everyone, we're excited to give you all a peek of our artwork theme. Click [here] to find out where you check out Audioslave Nation. Thanks for the support!"
"Revelations" is scheduled for release on September 5, with the first single, "Original Fire", at radio stations now.
AUDIOSLAVE has yet to announce tour plans in support of the album.
Two new tunes from "Revelations" can be heard in the new crime thriller "Miami Vice", which arrived in theaters last Friday (July 28).
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