It will supposedly involve a performance of the band’s 1993 album ‘Black Sunday’.
Prophets Of Rage wanna come fuck shit up.
Insane in the membrane!
Insane in the brain!
Clear the way.
Time to embrace the Rage
The supergroup has arrived, and it’s making America rage again.
“There’s a lot more to it. There are a lot of moving parts.”
Promoters have confirmed the addition of a Perth date to Cypress Hill‘s hotly anticipated December Australian tour. The legendary West Coast hip-hop trio will now appear at Metro City on Saturday, 6th December, in addition to their previously announced shows at the Enmore Theatre and The Forum. B-Real, Sen Dog, and the formidable DJ Muggs
This one’s gonna be insane…
Cypress Hill is certainly the standout act on the bill for Soundwave 2013, by which we mean they are the only hip hop act amongst a line-up of metal acts, hardcore outfits, punk rock bands and a bevvy of related sub-genres. But that doesn’t mean the Californian collective is a fish out of water playing
Being the only hip-hop act at a rock and metal festival is nothing new for Cypress Hill. In fact, the Insane in the Membrane hitmakers are seasoned professionals when it comes to warming the stage for one of the genre’s biggest acts of the last three decades – Metallica. The group performed right before the
Seminal West-Coast hip hop crew Cypress Hill have now announced 2 headlining shows in the wake of their addition to the now 100% sold-out Soundwave Festival 2013. More than 20 years on, and 18 million album sales later, Cypress Hill remain one of the most legit, and commercially successful groups to come from that wave
Fresher then ever and ready to set sail for a national Aus tour are the West coast rappers, Cypress Hill. With record highs selling over 18 million album copies since their beginning and going platinum on several, it’s hip hop at its finest.
Since bursting onto the local music scene in 2007, ARIA nominated duo Spit Syndicate have established themselves as one of the country’s most exciting new hip-hop groups. Hailing from Sydney’s Inner West, rappers Nick Lupi and Jimmy Nice have steadily developed an electric buzz and loyal following across the country.
Cypress Hill have finally announced the full details of their upcoming Australian tour. It’s gonna be a hazy September when the stoned raiders head down under for another national tour, this time culminating in a headline spot at Gosford’s Coaster festival.
This one is straight from the ah… legendary rappers mouth.
Cypress Hill have released a video for the explosive lead single/title track from their highly anticipated new album Rise Up, featuring Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello (who also produced and co-wrote the track).