Prophets of Rage are just getting started! After a stellar 2016 which saw the band take the concert world by storm and introduce themselves with an EP, a new full length album is in the works and the band just released a new video update from the studio.

In the clip, we learn that the band has set up shop at A&M Studios in Los Angeles with producer Brendan O'Brien helping to bring all the music together.

"It's been a great process. The teamwork has been phenomenal," says B-Real. "Now we're mixing rock, hip-hop and rap even further more and turntablism into the Prophets of Rage aesthetic," adds Chuck D.

"We'll never take for granted the chemistry between the five of us," continues drummer Brad Wilk, while also lauding O'Brien's contributions to the disc. "I couldn't be more enthusiastic about what is about to come," continues bassist Tim Commerford before guitarist Tom Morello can be heard expressing, "The sonic resistance is on the way." Watch the clip, which includes footage of the band laying down their music, at this location.

Though Prophets of Rage are currently in the studio, more dates are expected later this year. The band has begun filling in the blanks on a world tour. See all of their scheduled stops here.

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