Run the Jewels are a hip-hop duo consisting of El-P and Killer Mike. They released their self-titled debut last year, and are working on the follow-up. From the looks of some Instagram photos, it appears that Zack de la Rocha from Rage Against the Machine will be part of the new disc.
The San Francisco Rock Project members continuously knock it out of the park. The kid band has performed a host of shows and covered songs from all sorts of rock and metal bands. This 2010 video highlights their diverse abilities as they take on a Rage Against the Machine classic!
These kids are probably too young to even understand what "the machine" is and why people would want to rage against it. The only thing this group is interested in is playing in front of crowds and delivering some high-powered rock!
We've already heard Mike Patton's hookup with Deltron 3030 on 'City Rising From the Ashes.' Now it's time for Zack de la Rocha from Rage Against the Machine to get his time in spotlight with the alternative hip-hop supergroup.
Not too long ago ago, Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello said he wasn't sure if the band would ever perform again. And although a lot can happen between now and then, the L.A. Rising concert that they organized and performed at in 2012 will return next year.
While grunge may have been the big new thing in 1992, four young rockers were putting their political beliefs, attitude and some killer licks together to form a sound that wasn't being serviced in the rock industry.
Tool are one of the most critically praised and fan-worshipped bands in the world. The experimental quartet are musically complex, influential and incredibly original with both their music and videos. To celebrate the band (and probably to encourage them to finish their fifth studio album), some of …
Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello has continued his video series where he answers fan questions and in his latest installment he revealed a long-secret piece of trivia from the band's history -- the identity of the naked guy in the 'How I Could Just Kill a Man' video.