WATCH / Chris Cornell rare interview on people dying from drugs and depression

A rare interview of the late Chris Cornell surfaced just one day after his passing last year after committing suicide.
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posted 14 November 2018 09:03am updated 14 November 2018 10:13am

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It was reported that a mix of 7 different drugs were found during the investigation into Chris’s death, leading his wife to conclude that he would not have done this under normal circumstances, however, Cornell suffered from depression for years, and also had issues with drug abuse.

I don’t think that he could make any decisions because of the level of impairment - Vicky Cornell

In the interview, Chris Cornell talks about drug and alcohol abuse & addiction, stating that it affects people all over the world from all walks of life, however the only reason it appears to only be an issue with ‘Rock Stars’ is the simple fact that it gets talked about on the radio and TV, and everyday people largely go unnoticed.

“If someone has a propendency to abuse alcohol or drugs, and they didn’t meet the wrong sort of people this weekend they’re gonna meet another guy somewhere else...it’s a matter of course as to when..at what point you run into it in your life and realise….you have to confront the problem” - Chris Cornell

WATCH / Chris Cornell Rare Interview About Depression and Drugs


His opinions on the role of drugs and depression and why pop stars are usual candidates for destructive lifestyles. A posthumous, reflective look at a truly inspiring talent.

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