“If you stick a cell phone in my face I WILL THROW IT”
We are not worthy.
“Had the honor of being the first outsider to hear new Tool music today!”
“We aim to be the soundtrack for the resistance.”
Prophets Of Rage wanna come fuck shit up.
They reunited for Prophets Of Rage’s Donald Trump protest event.
Rage Against Tom Morello.
Shedding light on artists who have been jailed for speaking out.
The champ’s legendary put-downs formed part of rap’s DNA.
The ’90s party to rule all ’90s parties.
Billy Corgan and Tom Morello have joined Pink Floyd legend Roger Waters on stage for a charity show in Washington D.C over the weekend and I honestly don’t know how the stage didn’t collapse from all of the awesome. The Smashing Floyds Against The Machine Slaves came together for the pretty awesome sounding Musicorps, which
The Hollywood Vampires rock supergroup formed by Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry has used its two debut shows at Hollywood’s Roxy Theatre to team up with the likes of Marilyn Manson, Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello, Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler, Perry Farrell from Jane’s Addiction and even pop singer Ke$ha. As Loudwire
Raury has teamed up with guitar wizard Tom Morello for a new song dubbed Friends, which features on his forthcoming debut album, All We Need. The super-chill, down-tempo track features dreamy, washed-out vocals, a driving arena drum beat and some trademark new wave licks from the Rage Against The Machine/Audioslave axeman, resulting in something that
Mark Hoppus, Tom Morello, T-Bone Burnett and Mumford & Sons all walk into a bar. True story. Some of rock music’s most random identities have joined forces onstage at Hollywood’s The Troubadour this week for no discernible reason other than they felt like it. The Blink-182 champ, the Rage Against The Machine guitar-wizard, the Americana
Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell says he “would always be open” to reuniting and making new music with American rock supergroup Audioslave, which he founded with former Rage Against The Machine members Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk. Speaking to Total Guitar, Cornell says he is keen to work with his former bandmates again, adding
If you’re a fan of the hard rock and heavy metal genres, then first of all congratulations on your excellent taste in music. And second of all, chances are that, at some point in your life, one of your mates has asked you the following: if you could design the world’s greatest band, who would
Rage Against The Machine aren’t known to take themselves too seriously — well, not usually — and now the group’s bassist Tim Commerford and guitarist Tom Morello have starred in an entertaining-but-pretty-darn-gross music video for Commerford’s band Future User, which features footage of him getting spinal surgery. Future User’s Voodoo Juju video (below) is a
Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA recently shared a new collaborative single, The Mexican, with Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello and together they performed the track on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, with a little help from house band The Roots, and a pair of breakdancers. The track is actually a cover of British rockers Babe