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AUDIOSLAVE, the rock supergroup made up of members of RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE and [a][/a], are finally set to release their debut single 'COCHISE' in January.

The track, one of the first recorded by the band when they sat down with super-producer Rick Rubin, will appear through Epic in the UK on January 13.

The video for the track was shot by Mark Romanek - the man who recently directed Robin Williams' hit movie 'One Hour Photo'.

The filming caused quite a stir in LA. A pyrotechnic display that accompanied it made such noise that over 1,000 local residents called emergency services believing a terrorist attack was underway.

Audioslave’s self-titled debut album is already on release.

Meanwhile, rumours are already starting to grow that Audioslave will play European festival's next year, with a headling slot during Reading's Rock Day on the radar.

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