Chris Cornell, frontman of Soundgarden and later, the Audioslave, died on Wednesday at 52. As indicated by his representative Brian Bumbery, the dearest rocker’s death was “sudden and surprising,” happening while he was amidst a visit. The reason for death is presently unknown, however reports say that it is being examined by police as a conceivable suicide.
Soundgarden disbanded in 1997, and Cornell went ahead to frame Audioslave in 2001, with Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk. As of late, he’d rejoined with his previous bandmates, and on Wednesday evening, just before his demise, Soundgarden played a show in Detroit.
This is a very devastating news to the music community.