In the aftermath of Rush Limbaugh’s controversial rant regarding Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke, sponsors and musicians alike have been cutting ties with his popular radio show. Now, the controversial radio host has caught the wrath of Rage Against the Machine, who didn’t mince words when demanding Limbaugh stop using their music.
In the latest installment of Tom Morello's web series 'The Nightwatchman Speaks' he confirmed something that we unfortunately found out first hand -- he gets annoyed when asked about Rage Against the Machine.
This weeks rock tweets include the usual goofiness like ninjas and extra small condoms, but it also features All That Remains vocalist Phil Labonte's harsh criticism of Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello regarding an Occupy Wall Street performance.
Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine stopped by the Banana studio to jam a couple of Nightwatchman tunes with Wayne Kramer of the MC5 prior to their gig at The Machine Shop. Check out the pics taken while they performed 'Black Spartacus Heart Attack Machine' and 'Union Town'.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello speaks out on record labels, sell out bands, and how they inherited the audience they didn't deserve. That's what we always loved about Rage: they spoke the truth regardless of who was listening.
Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello, is embarking on a three day tour to support labor unions in the Midwest. He will be joined by Rise Against frontman Tim McIlrath as the duo hits The Machine Shop in Flint, Michigan this September.
Tom Morello has often been called 'The Mad Scientist of Rock' for the innovative and unusual sounds that come out of his guitar. Now the Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave axeman looks to make his mark in an entirely new medium; the world of comics.
In the days leading up to Rage Against the Machine's L.A. Rising show, the band has been posting a series of 'Guerilla Videos' to promote the event. The latest video features Rage guitarist Tom Morello talking about the band's origins and their competition in those early days: a band named Tool.
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