Rage Against The Machine

Watch Live Footage Of The Prophets Of Rage's Debut Performance

The Prophets Of Rage are the latest supergroup (just don't call them that) to recruit the talents of Tom Morello , Tim Commerford and Brad Will of Rage Against The Machine , B-Real of Cypress Hill , and Chuck D of Public Enemy . Last night, they rap/rock powerhouse made their live debut at the...
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Prophets Of Rage Move Forward With Zack De La Rocha's Blessing

The Prophets of Rage may be a cornucopia of musicians from Rage Against The Machine , Public Enemy , and Cypress Hill , but whatever you do, don't call them a supergroup. "We are not a supergroup," says guitarist Tom Morello . "We're an elite task force of revolutionary musicians determined to...
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UPDATED: Rage Against The Machine To Reunite?

UPDATE (05/19/16)According to sources, the members of Prophets of Rage will include Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello , Tim Commerford , and Brad Will and Chuck D of Public Enemy and B-Real of Cypress Hill will take on the vocal duties. ---- UPDATE (05/17/16): According to Rolling Stone , a...
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20 Years Ago, Rage Against The Machine Got Banned From SNL

Twenty years ago April 13th, 1996 became the date that Rage Against The Machine became banned from ever performing on Saturday Night Live . What made it interesting was that Billionaire Steve Forbes was the host that night, making it one of the most bizarre host/musical guest combinations to happen...
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Roger Waters Performs With Billy Corgan, Tom Morello, And Injured Marine

While headlining the Music Heals benefit concert in Washington D.C., former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters joined forces with Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins, Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine, and Tom Donley , an injured Marine who lost both legs while fighting in Afghanistan who...
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Tim Commerford Denies ISIS, Moon Landing, Voting

Tim Commerford , bassist for Rage Against The Machine is a man of many strong opinions. Recently during an interview with Rolling Stone Commerford apologized to the world for serving as inspiration for Limp Bizkit that went viral overnight. As it turns out, Commerford's commented on a few things...
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Rage Against The Machine's Bassist: 'I Apologize for Limp Bizkit'

When Limp Bizkit was closing out their show in New York's Best Buy Theater, they launched into their cover of Rage Against The Machine 's hit song "Killing in the Name," which they have played over 100 times by now. "This is dedicated to the rap-rock band that started this s**t," Fred Durst said...
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