Chris Cornell’s passing earlier this month made waves across the music world, with the tragedy eliciting an outpouring of tributes from fans and musicians alike who were touched by the legendary musician who helped pioneer the 90’s grunge scene. Cornell was on tour with Soundgarden at the time of his death, and today, members of the singer’s former project Audioslave came together to pay tribute to their friend. According to The PRP, during a rehearsal for Prophets of Rage’s upcoming summer tour, the remaining members of Audioslave—Tom MorelloTim Commerford, and Brad Wilk—performed an instrumental version of their song “Like A Stone” as a tribute to their fallen bandmate.

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Audioslave reunited after twelve long years this past January when the group got together to perform at the anti-inauguration ball in protest of Donald Trump taking office. In the video posted by Prophets Of Rage’s turntablist DJ Lord, one can see the three musicians getting into “Like A Stone” in a rehearsal space, while a handful of people look on mournfully. The video was posted with the caption, “R.I.P. #ChrisCornell Prophets of Rage.” You can check out the video below.

[H/T Consequence Of Sound]