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Prophets Of Rage Announce Self-Titled Debut Album

By: Staff – Prophets Of Rage will release their self-titled, debut album September 15th, 2017 on Fantasy Records. Today, the groundbreaking musicians shared the LP’s politically charged lead track, Unfuck The World, which can be streamed below. Prophets Of Rage came together during 2016’s tumultuous election to combat the coming storm, wherever it may lead. Fresh off … Continue reading

Stream Zack de la Rocha’s new solo track “Digging For Windows”

By: Staff –   As his former Rage Against The Machine bandmates tour as Prophets Of Rage with B-Real of Cypress Hill, and Chuck D of Public Enemy, ex-RAGE frontman Zack de la Rocha has released a new solo track titled “Digging For Windows”, which is set to appear on his forthcoming solo album. Stream the … Continue reading

Rage Against The Machine’s Tim Commerford starts new micro-nation in London

By: Staff – Rage Against The Machine bassist Tim Commerford’s new punk rock trio WAKRAT (pronounced wôk•rat) claimed Parliament Square in London as their own sovereign state in an audacious protest designed to expose the failings of the current political system. Hundreds of supporters descended on what was formerly known as Parliament Square to join in the protest … Continue reading

Photos: Prophets of Rage @ Warsaw Brooklyn

Photos by: Saidy Lopez –  Rap-metal supergroup Prophets of Rage, which consists of Rage Against The Machine’s bassist and backing vocalist Tim Commerford, guitarist Tom Morello, and drummer Brad Wilk, with Public Enemy’s Chuck D and Cypress Hill’s B Real, performed at Warsaw Brooklyn in New York City on June 5th after Governors Ball cancelled their day three performances due to poor weather.  Set-List 1. No Sleep … Continue reading

Album Review: The Last Internationale – “We Will Reign”

By: Robert Liwanag –      Being a political band today can be incredibly difficult. It’s harder for artists to express anything worthwhile, and easier to express misguided sentiments. Political bands also have the added pressure of wanting to be serious, and taken seriously, without coming across like self-righteous wannabe rebels. To make matters worse, … Continue reading

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