It seems unreal that “Euthanasia” is the eleventh studio album from Long Island New York heavy hitters Stray From The Path, even if this is actually only the third with the their current line up. Indeed, only guitarist Thomas Williams remains from the first line up that started out in 2001 before vocalist Andrew “Drew
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Probably the last band that we’d expect to cover “Bulls On Parade” by Rage Against The Machine are Dirty Casuals but back in 2015 at only their second gig ever, they did exactly that. The recording might not be the greatest in the World, but it proves that you don’t need a guitar with a
So Rage Against The Machine are coming back with Zack de la Roche finally seeming motivated and the rest of the band happily dropping everything… Well, Prophets Of Rage, to get back to it. There have been plenty of complaints about the price of Coachella tickets as they’ve been announced to play the festival next
Back in April 2015 Rock Sound Magazine celebrated their 200th issue by putting together “Worship And Tributes”, a compilation of covers seemingly taking it’s name from the second Glassjaw album “Worship And Tribute” from 2002. The compilation is notable for both the eclectic mix of band covered and also bands doing the covering while having
There is no doubt that Rage Against The Machine should be considered in the “highly influential” bracket that is reserved for the finest of artists. Their sadly short lived career spanning just 3 albums worth of original material lives long in the memory. Perhaps through Zach De La Rocha’s fiery vocals and perhaps through guitarist
To say that Rage Against The Machine are (that’s “are” as opposed to “were” – they will be back!) influential is like saying black is the new black. Their influence is felt far and wide in the Metal community, despite the 18 long years since the bands last studio album, 2000’s “Renegades”. Los Angeles California’s finest export?