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Musicians reflect on Chris Cornell’s death

May 18 2017, 8:33 AM EDT By AltPress


The music world is mourning the loss of Chris Cornell, Soundgarden and Audioslave frontman, who died Wednesday night at age 52.

Read more: Chris Cornell dies at 52

Cornell formed Soundgarden in Seattle in 1984, and the band became one of the most influential during the '90s grunge movement. See the way musicians are honoring the music legend below.

Tom Morello

 

You're a prince, you're a snare, you're a shadow You're twilight and star burn and shade You're a sage, you're a wound shared, you're masked You're a pillar of smoke, you're a platinum heart You're a brush fire, you're caged, you're free Your vision pierces, you do not see You are pieces strewn on the hillside You're open armed, you're armed, you're true You're a revealer of visions, you're the passenger, you're a never fading scar You're twilight and star burn and shade You're the secret veiled, you're the secret revealed, you're surrounded no more You're not there, now you're always here Youre a handsome groom, a loving father, a haunted stairwell You're the clear bell ringing, the mountains echo your song Maybe no one has ever known you You are twilight and star burn and shade

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Rage Against The Machine

Dave Navarro

Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin

Joe Trohman, Fall Out Boy

Spencer Chamberlain, Underoath

Alex Gaskarth, All Time Low

Cam Boucher, Sorority Noise

Mark Tremonti

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