Prophets of Rage honored the memory of the late Chris Cornell during their show in Athens, Greece this week with an instrumental cover of the Audioslave song "Cochise."
During the performance, the Rage Against the Machine/Public Enemy/Cypress Hill supergroup -- which, of course, features Cornell's Audioslave band mates Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk -- left the microphone stand empty under a single spotlight.
"If you know the words, sing along, because you're [Cornell's] voice now," Morello told the audience. "If you don't know the words, just rock the f*** out in his memory."
You can watch fan-shot footage of the performance now on YouTube.
Prophets of Rage have similarly honored Cornell with instrumental performances of Audioslave's "Like a Stone."
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