There's no quick remedy fans can offer the remaining members of Rage Against The Machine now that former Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell has exited the picture, according to a Billboard.com poll.

There's no quick remedy fans can offer the remaining members of Rage Against The Machine now that former Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell has exited the picture, according to a Billboard.com poll. As previously reported, Cornell walked away from the new band he had formed with Rage's Tom Morello, Brad Wilk, and Tim Commerford just days after the unnamed act was confirmed to appear on this summer's Ozzfest tour.

Of 4,500 voters, 33% said that Morello, Wilk, and Commerford should attempt to reconcile with their former lead singer, Zack de la Rocha, who quit the politically charged rock group in October 2000. Another 32% said the trio should throw in the towel and go their separate ways.

The idea of enlisting another new singer appealed to 23% of those taking part in the poll, while 12% think that working on an album with a rotating cast of vocalists is the way to go.

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