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Smashing Pumpkins have been releasing increasingly promising singles from their upcoming album Monuments To An Elegy, for which Billy Corgan recruited Tommy Lee to bang the drums. Lee won't be…   Read Story »
Run The Jewels' live show in a big, noisy, life-affirming thing, and it's absolutely something you should make a point to see when it comes to your town. That's true whether or not El-P and Killer…   Read Story »
The day after his Rage Against The Machine bandmate Zack De La Rocha returned with a furious verse on Run The Jewels' "Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)," Tom Morello has shared the studio version…   Read Story »
Run The Jewels' second free album RTJ2 looms imminent, and the first two tracks they shared, "Blockbuster Night Part 1" and "Oh My Darling Don't Cry," have been fucking our shit up hard. The same can…   Read Story »
Tom Morello has addressed what he's calling "Pancake-Gate" in a long Facebook post that sees the Rage Against The Machine guitarist try to justify his actions against Seattle's 5 Point Cafe and…   Read Story »
Last Friday, Tom Morello performed at the 15 NOW benefit to promote raising the minimum wage in Seattle to $15. Later that night, the Rage Against The Machine guitarist went to The 5 Point Cafe and…   Read Story »
Earlier this month, Rage Against The Machine's still-ridiculously-great self-titled debut turned 20, and later this month, the band will release a deluxe 20th-anniversary reissue of it. That version…   Read Story »
For a period of a few months when he was in sixth grade, my little brother did the same exact thing every day after school: He rode his bike a couple of miles to the record store near our house, the…   Read Story »
The Occupy Wall Street protest at New York's now-famous Zuccotti Park, has already seen a few big musical guests: Jeff Mangum, Talib Kweli, a silent Kanye West. And today at noon, Rage Against The…   Read Story »
Roughly 60,000 strong turned out to the LA Coliseum for LA Rising which featured a line-up curated and headlined by Rage Against The Machine. Muse, Rise Against, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Immortal Technique…   Read Story »