Audioslave Kicking Off Fall Tour Next Month

Audioslave's first extensive North American tour in support of its sophomore album, "Out of Exile," will begin Sept. 25 in San Francisco.

Audioslave's first extensive North American tour in support of its sophomore album, "Out of Exile," will begin Sept. 25 in San Francisco. No venues have yet been announced for the nearly two-month outing, which has dates on the books through mid-November. Breakthrough modern rock act Seether and up-and-coming U.K. combo Kasabian will support.

"Out of Exile" debuted in May at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and has already sold 693,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. New single "Doesn't Remind Me" is No. 4 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart and No. 8 on the Modern Rock tally.

During the fall tour, fans will be treated to a number of tunes from band members' past legacies in Rage Against The Machine ("Bulls on Parade," "Sleep Now in the Fire") and Soundgarden ("Spoonman," "Outshined," "Loud Love"). The group is even dusting off material from the grunge supergroup Temple Of The Dog, of which Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell was a primary contributor.

"We've been doing Temple's 'Say Hello to Heaven' and 'Call Me a Dog,'" guitarist Tom Morello told Billboard.com earlier this summer. "Chris does a gorgeous acoustic version of [Soundgarden's] 'Black Hole Sun.' We've married our past to our future and we feel comfortable drawing from all those records. We've been having a great time doing it, and people lose their ever-loving minds."

Here are Audioslave's tour dates:

Sept. 25: San Francisco
Sept. 27: Portland, Ore.
Sept. 28: Everett, Wash.
Sept. 29: Vancouver
Oct. 1: Edmonton, Alberta
Oct. 2: Calgary, Alberta
Oct. 5: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Oct. 8: Toronto
Oct. 9: London, Ontario
Oct. 10: Montreal
Oct. 12: Columbus, Ohio
Oct. 14: Oklahoma City
Oct. 15: Shiner, Texas
Oct. 17: Tampa, Fla.
Oct. 18: Miami
Oct. 19: Orlando, Fla.
Oct. 22: Houston
Oct. 23: TBA
Oct. 25: Atlanta
Oct. 26: Washington, D.C.
Oct. 28: Philadelphia
Oct. 29: TBA
Oct. 31: Boston
Nov. 1: Hartford, Conn.
Nov. 2: Portland, Maine
Nov. 4: Atlantic City, N.J.
Nov. 6: Detroit
Nov. 7: Chicago
Nov. 9: Grand Rapids, Mich.
Nov. 10: Indianapolis
Nov. 11: Milwaukee
Nov. 12: Minneapolis
Nov. 18: Long Beach, Calif.
Nov. 19: TBA