It’s been a tough week for music fans; we were devastated by the tragic loss of life at the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester while our hearts were still aching over the sudden loss of Soundgarden/Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell. Just about every currently-touring act from just about every genre has been paying tribute to the victims of the terror attack while simultaneously honoring one of the most powerful and unique voices of our generation.
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While Bands like Metallica and Incubus have added Soundgarden songs to their set lists, heavy metal cover artist Leo Moracchioli has taken his memorial a step further with a stripped-down video for Black Hole Sun; the result highlights both the tender beauty and underlying horror of the grunge pioneers’ most enduring anthem, a song that highlights Cornell’s incomparable, nearly 4-octave range.
Have a look at Moracchioli’s Black Hole Sun below—it’ll likely rock you to tears.
About Leo Moracchioli: Hi there, my name is Leo and I run a studio on the Westside of Norway where I record and produce bands, do video work and play live shows.
On my YouTube channel, there is lots of videos with covers, gear reviews, studio updates, and other shenanigans. For my covers, I play everything myself as well as record, mix, master, shoot and edit the music & videos.