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Revelations by Audioslave

Revelations by Audioslave

Album Review

Given the short distance separating Audioslave’s second album, Out of Exile, in 2005 and their third, Revelations, in 2006, it’s easy to assume that the Rage Against the Machine/Soundgarden supergroup has finally turned into an actual working band — either that or the group is working hard to get to the end of their contract so they can go their separate ways (a suspicion stoked by the flurry of Chris Cornell-centric press surrounding its release, including the announcement that he’s recording a solo album and will be singing the theme song for the new James Bond film, Casino Royale, on his own). Whether or not either theory is proven true over time doesn’t change the fact that Revelations builds upon Out of Exile, sounding even more like the work of a genuine band than its predecessor. In light of this record, Out of Exile feels driven by Cornell, which itself was a shift away from the Rage-driven debut. Here, the two are…




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