Chris Cornell, Tom Morello, Brad Wilk, and Tim Commerford have reunited as Audioslave for the first time in over a decade at the Anti-Inaugural Ball at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles last night. The Soundgarden and Rage Against the Machine supergroup performed three tracks off their debut 2002 self-titled LP, including “Like a Stone”, “Cochise”, and “Show Me How to Live.”The band hadn’t performed together since November of 2005, and officially broke up in early 2007 after releasing their third LP Revelations. It’s not likely that the band will continue this reunion in any shape or form, rather, it seemed to have been a one-time thing for the anti-Trump concert.Watch the entire performance below, courtesy of YouTube user Ted Weitzman:In a previous statement the band explained, “The Anti-Inaugural Ball is a celebration of resistance. Resistance to racism. Resistance to sexism. Resistance to homophobia. Resistance to bullying. Resistance to environmental devastation. Resistance to fascism. Resistance to Donald Trump. We are staring down the barrel of a dystopian nightmare unless we act NOW, unless we fight back NOW. We intend to create ‘No Trump Zones’ across the country; in our homes, our schools, our places of work, and our concert stages. Bad Presidents make for great music. Join us as we get loud and stand together to defend our rights, our country, and our planet.”The event also featured performances from Prophets of Rage, along with special sets from Jackson Browne, Jack Black, Vic Mensa, and the Los Angeles Freedom Choir.
Bautista said residents andestablishments, for now, have to use power generator sets as source ofelectricity as they are still working on ways to totally restore power in thetown. BORACAY – Acting mayor FrolibarBautista of Malay town said this world-famous tourist destination is getting“back on track” after the damages left by typhoon “Ursula.” Trucks of private haulers, accordingto Bautista, were seen moving in areas affected by the typhoon to help cleandebris, tree branches, scattered leaves, and household garbage piled up inbeach fronts and main roads. Officers of the Bureau of Fire Protection remove tree branches blocking the road. Malay acting mayor Frolibar Bautista on Friday said Boracay Island in Malay, Aklan is getting “back on track” after the damages left by typhoon “Ursula.” BFP MALAY Volunteers and municipal governmentemployees were also directed to remove tons of trash from beaches with the helpof government officials, organizations and stakeholders who aimed to bring thesituation back to normal in the island. In its advisory, the municipalgovernment was coordinating with gasoline stations to ensure that the supply offuel in the island will not hamper the daily needs of motorists, businesses andresidents. In Malay, the typhoon totally damaged600 houses while 4,300 others were partially destroyed with 29 personsinjured.(With a report from Akean Forum/PN) “Maymga resorts at hotels na ang nagdadala ngkrudo papunta sa isla dahil hindi kaya ng mga gasoline stations ang demand dito,” Bautista said. “Nagtambakng basura at debris itong bagyo at New Year. Nakipag-usaptayo sa mga private haulers sapaghakot ng mga basura at mga kahoy nanasira ng typhoon ‘Ursula.’ Mahirapgumalaw ang mga tao dahil hindi pa totally na-restore ang kuryente saisla. May power sa Caticlan ngunit mula Sambiray papuntang Dumlog, walang kuryente,”Bautista on Friday said.