Click here for the Audioslave Forum
Audioslave Music Concert Tickets Exchange
and Audioslave Music Download Center
Audioslave are lengendary pop culture rock stars. You can buy or sell Audioslave tickets, download Audioslave music, or read about Audioslave -- all here.
For Audioslave Bio, click here.
Real Rhapsody music download system - an emerging popular music download, click below
Audioslave 2005 Concert Tour Tickets are below.
--if you don't see your date, just click on any link
Audioslave Tickets 10/25
Arena at Gwinnett Center in Duluth, GA
$73 - $83
Audioslave Tickets 10/26
Patriot Center in Fairfax, VA
$52 - $155
Audioslave Tickets 10/28
Tweeter Center @ the Waterfront (NJ) in Camden, NJ
$60 - $148
Audioslave Tickets 10/29
Madison Square Garden in New York , NY
$40 - $295
Audioslave Tickets 10/31
Tsongas Arena in Lowell, MA
$65 - $114
Audioslave Tickets 11/1
New England Dodge Music Center (formerly Meadows Music) in Hartford, CT
$35 - $223
Audioslave Tickets 11/2
Cumberland County Civic Center in Portland, ME
$65 - $83
Audioslave Tickets 11/4
The Borgata Event Center in Atlantic City, NJ
$95 - $165
Audioslave Tickets 11/6
Fox Theatre Detroit in Detroit, MI
$100 - $283
Audioslave Tickets 11/7
UIC Pavilion in Chicago, IL
$64 - $164
Audioslave Tickets 11/10
Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN
$63 - $223
Audioslave Tickets 11/11
Rave/Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI
$81 - $81
Audioslave Tickets 11/12
Roy Wilkins Auditorium in Saint Paul, MN
$105 - $154
The Biography of Audioslave
Audioslave is an alternative rock supergroup consisting of Chris Cornell (formerly of Soundgarden) and the instrumentalists of Rage Against the Machine. It has been disputed whether this band owes more to the sound of Chris Cornell's vocals, or the sound of the Rage Against The Machine instrumentalists (although many recently have been leaning towards Cornell's vocal parts).
While Rage Against the Machine was considered radical and known for being activists, it is believed by most insiders that Cornell did not want Audioslave to go in the same direction. In fact, rumor has it that Cornell stipulated he would not join the band if they were going to be a political machine or a prominent source for social activeness. He instead wanted the group to concentrate solely on the music that they produce. Soon, after forming the band, Audioslave entered the Axis of Justice, which is a non-profit organization formed by Tom Morello of Audioslave and Serj Tankian of System of a Down. Its purpose is to bring together musicians, fans of music, and grassroots political organizations to fight for social justice together. So still, the band keeps the political background of Rage Against The Machine alive.
The group's first studio album, Audioslave, drew mixed reactions from critics but swiftly attained double platinum-selling status. Some lambasted the group as millionaire musicians who constantly argued during album production, and whose 1970s rock sound is primarily the result of post-studio modification. Others compared them to Led Zeppelin, saying they add much-needed sound and style to contemporary mainstream music. They toured extensively worldwide in 2003, silencing many critics and gaining largely positive reviews for their spectacular live performances.
Allegations that they argued during production are not entirely unfounded; the group broke up in April 2002, before they had even released an album, but reunited in the summer and went on to release their debut album on November 19. However, subsequent interviews with the band revealed that early problems had been partly due to external pressures which were resolved when the band members sacked their previous management companies and hired Los Angeles company The Firm.
On May 6 2005, Audioslave became the first American rock group to perform a free outdoor concert in Cuba. The concert was authorized by the United States Treasury Department. This concert was recorded, and released on DVD on October 11, 2005. It came in two versions; a basic package consisting of only the DVD, and a deluxe edition consisting of a DVD and a CD of the Sessions@AOL.
Their latest album, Out of Exile, was released on May 24 2005 which debuted #1 on the U.S. charts, features the song "Be Yourself" as their new single, soon followed by "Your Time Has Come" and "Doesn't Remind Me," which both gained huge airtime on radio stations. The whole album was uploaded online at Audioslave's Myspace site for previewing.
Recently, Audioslave performed at the Live 8 concerts. Their performance was in Berlin, Germany.
On August 19, 2005 Audioslave announced their first-ever headlining arena tour across the U.S. and Canada.
Before their fall 2005 arena tour, Audioslave finished pre-production work on their third album, a follow-up to Out of Exile; it will likely be finished and released in 2006.
- Audioslave (November 19 2002) #7 U.S., #26 UK 2x Platinum in the U.S.
- Out of Exile (May 24, 2005) #1 U.S., #5 UK; [Certified Platinum]
Live albums and Compilations
- Live in Cuba (DVD) (October 11, 2005)