AUDIOSLAVE, currently on the road with the Lollapalooza tour in support of their self-titled platinum debut, have been working on material for their next album during free time backstage and on the bus. "We have a few ideas that we've recorded, you know," bassist Tim C. told Launch. "And that process is starting up again and it's a whole different frame of mind. And we're getting into that frame of mind and so it's going to happen. I'm excited about that. I know the second record is going to be a lot better than this one. We've known each other for years now. We've played together quite a bit. The first record was twenty days and here's the first twenty songs we wrote or whatever."

Lollapalooza will likely be the last time fans will have the chance to see AUDIOSLAVE this year. "I think we're going to make more rock," Tim said in regards to their post-Lollapalooza plans.

Lollapalooza ends August 24 just outside of Portland, Oregon.


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