AUDIOSLAVE/ex-SOUNDGARDEN vocalist Chris Cornell's video for his new solo song "You Know My Name" has been posted online at MTV Overdrive. The clip was shot October 10-11 in the Los Angeles area.Written and performed by Cornell, "You Know My Name" is the theme song for the new James Bond movie "Casino Royale". A trailer for the film can be viewed at this location. "Casino Royale", which opens on November 17, will introduce Daniel Craig as the sixth actor to play the British agent. Cornell recently told Launch that he's thrilled to join a a list of performers that includes legends like Tom Jones as well as questionable choices such as A-HA who have penned songs for James Bond films. "Paul McCartney's in there, Tom Jones is in there, which I'm — people might not know this, but I'm a huge Tom Jones fan. I think he's amazing singer," he said. "I had never heard his version of 'Thunderball' until recently. I'm sure I did when I was a kid, but it was 1965 so I was one. But it's great, you know, it's great being part of something like that, historically." AUDIOSLAVE's third album, "Revelations", was released on September 5. Cornell is currently in the studio recording his second solo album.
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