Soundgarden and many others shared tributes for singer Chris Cornell to mark the fifth anniversary of his death on Wednesday.
"Five years we have missed you," the grunge rockers wrote in an Instagram post. "You have love. You have peace. You have eternity."
The band added, "Love and peace for all of Soundgarden's brothers and sisters."
Cornell died on May 18, 2017, after playing a Detroit show with Soundgarden the night before. He was 52.
Cornell's widow, Vicky Cornell, also shared a statement, which reads in part, "[Five] years ago today, would be the worst day of our lives.
"It would be the last time Chris would hug & kiss us, the last time he'd walk out our front door. The last time he'd wave goodbye to use from the car. The last time we'd ever seem him."
Vicky Cornell also thanked her husband's fans in her message, writing, "Please know he loved you as much as you love him."
"He was so grateful to be able to make music, perform all over the world, have his music & lyrics touch your heart & impact your lives. He loved receiving love from all of you."
Others who've paid tribute include Pearl Jam drummer Matt Cameron, Cornell's Audioslave bandmate Tom Morello, and The Pretty Reckless' Taylor Momsen.