Singer Chris Cornell of the American band Soundgarden is at the age of 52 died, US media reported. He has himself, of life deprived.
Singer Chris Cornell of the American grungeband Soundgarden and later, Audioslave is at the age of 52 died, so have American media Thursday, on the authority of his agent Brian Bumbery reported. Bumbery is asking for privacy for his family.
Cornell, to the civil registry office known as the 20 July 1964 born Christopher John Boyle, died Wednesday night ‘suddenly and unexpectedly’ in Detroit, a few hours after a show with Soundgarden there. After the examination of the law doctor informed the local directors that Cornell had committed suicide by self-hanging.
Cornell was praised as lead singer of the by him in 1984 in Seattle, founded Soundgarden. That is one of the leading grungebands. The general public knows the group, especially the track Black Hole Sun (1994) from their doorbraakplaat Superunknown. In 2001, the forged Cornell with musicians of Rage Against the Machine the group Audioslave. Who loved in 2007 to exist when Cornell out stepped. He’s also released five solo albums and was part of Temple of The Dog, a tribute to Andrew Wood with the musicians of Pearl Jam.
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