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Watch Video From Chris Cornell’s Final Soundgarden Show

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Hours before his shocking death, Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell delivered his final show with the band — and closed out the set with a performance that, in retrospect, feels like an awful bit of foreshadowing.

Soundgarden’s 19-song set list at the Fox Theatre in Detroit last night closed out with “Slaves & Bulldozers,” a cut from 1991’s Badmotorfinger that includes the refrain “So bleed your heart out / There’s no more rides for free / Bleed your heart out / I said, ‘What’s in it for me? / What’s in it for me?’” Underscoring those lyrics was the performance’s interpolation of Led Zeppelin‘s “In My Time of Dying” — a segue they’d used before, but proved a particularly poignant way to close out this show.

As previously reported, Cornell died shortly after the sold-out show, with a spokesperson describing his death as “sudden and unexpected.” Although a cause of death has yet to be determined, early reports indicate that police are treating it as a possible suicide and are investigating accordingly. While it’ll be some time until the outside world knows what really happened — if ever — it’ll be difficult for fans to see that final song choice as anything less than sad and/or eerie. Watch Cornell’s last song above, and check out fan-shot footage from the rest of the show below, along with the concert’s complete set list.

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Soundgarden, 5/17/17, Fox Theatre, Detroit, Michigan
“Ugly Truth”
“Hunted Down”
“Non-State Actor”
“Searching with My Good Eye Closed”
“Spoonman”
“Outshined”
“Kickstand”
“Black Hole Sun”
“By Crooked Steps”
“The Day I Tried to Live”
“My Wave”
“Been Away Too Long”
“Fell on Black Days”
“Mailman”
“A Thousand Days Before”
“Burden in My Hand”
“Blow Up the Outside World”
“Jesus Christ Pose”
“Rusty Cage”
“Slaves & Bulldozers”

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