Album cover

Performed by [[Audioslave]]
Year 2002
Appears in Guitar Hero, Guitar Hero Live
Tier 4
★★★★ (Expert) 92,512
★★★★★ (Expert) 138,768

[[Category:Songs by Audioslave]]

Cochise is Tom Morello's first contribution to Guitar Hero. It is made by Audioslave, off of their eponymous debut album, Audioslave (2002). This was also Audioslave's only song in Guitar Hero, until, a decade later, Like a Stone was playable in Guitar Hero Live.


Cochise has a short but frenetic altstrumming section in the middle, but the rest of the song involves easy riffs. However, the Guitar Hero Live version is trickier, due to the music video having Audioslave launch fireworks while performing. This can make it hard to focus. A good tactic while playing, similar to Vicarious in Guitar Hero World Tour, is to just squint and focus on the highway.

Appears In[]

Guitar Hero (4th Tier) (Cover Version), Guitar Hero Live (GHTV) (Master Track)

Song Stats[]

Difficulty Total Notes Base Score 4-Star 5-Star
Easy 298 15,549 31,098 46,647
Medium 513 28,298 56,596 84,894
Hard 613 38,044 76,088 114,132
Expert 724 46,256 92,512 138,768


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Opening Licks
I Love Rock & Roll - I Wanna Be Sedated - Thunder Kiss 65 - Smoke on the Water - Infected
Iron Man - More Than a Feeling - You've Got Another Thing Comin' - Take Me Out - Sharp Dressed Man
Thrash and Burn
Killer Queen - Hey You - Stellar - Heart Full of Black - Symphony of Destruction
Return of the Shred
Ziggy Stardust - Fat Lip - Cochise - Take it Off - Unsung
Fret Burners
Spanish Castle Magic - Higher Ground - No One Knows - Ace of Spades - Crossroads
Godzilla - Texas Flood - Frankenstein - Cowboys From Hell - Bark at the Moon
Bonus Tracks
Fire it Up - Cheat on the Church - Caveman Rejoice - Eureka, I've Found Love - All of This - Behind The Mask - The Breaking Wheel - Callout - Decontrol - Even Rats - Farewell Myth - Fly on the Wall - Get Ready 2 Rokk - Guitar Hero - Hey - Sail Your Ship By - Story of My Love - Trippolette - Graveyard Shift