Tag: Rage Against The Machine

Review: “This Is Called Survival” EP by Pressure Cracks

The success of Fever 333 in Jason Aalon Butler’s post letlive World and with some commentators comparing their vibe to Rage Against The Machine, you might have thought that his other project Pressure Cracks might have fallen by the way side. But no this second supergroup of sorts, with Werewolf Congress guitarists Dan Bieranowski (The Mistake, ex-Scars Of

Bootleg: “Second Death” from Stray From The Path!

Filmed at Logo in Hamburg Germany on 22nd December, here’s Stray From The Path ripping through “Second Death“. They’ll be in Australia in the not too distant future, continuing the World Tour for “Internal Atomics” and spreading the word. Would it be controversial to say they could be more relevant than Rage Against The Machine

Throwback: “Bulls On Parade” by Rage Against The Machine!

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

Riff Police! Pull Over! #83: Stray From The Path Vs Deftones!

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

Bootleg: “Killing In The Name” from Raven Black!

Joining the 20th Anniversary Tour for Wisconsin Death Trip with Static-X, 4th October saw Raven Black at Oddbody’s in Dayton Ohio performing “Killing In The Name” by Rage Against The Machine! The female fronted Metallers have “The Key” set to turn in the lock in March 2020…

Throwback: “Double X Minus” by Five Pointe O!

Way back in 2002 we saw the Roadrunner Roadrage Tour as it rolled up on Brighton’s Concord 2 like a tank with a trio of Roadrunner Records Metalcore bands in their infancy. Two of those bands have remained on the scene and outlived the stereotypes by reinventing themselves while staying true to their roots. Killswitch

Review: “One Alive” EP by Sunsmoke

Combining Rapcore and Groove Metal, Sumsmoke hail from Warsaw Poland. Formed in the summer of 2017, they recorded their first EP “One Alive” a year later at U Dudzika studio, owned by Marcin “Dudzik” Dudzicki (PLAN, Ereles, ex-Kabanos) in Warsaw. Taking their inspirations from the likes of Rage Against The Machine, Stuck Mojo and Clawfinger

Review: “Atonement” by Killswitch Engage

Produced by the bands own guitarist Adam Dutkiewicz (The Agony Scene, The Acacia Strain, As I Lay Dying) as perhaps you might expect, Metalcore survivalists Killswitch Engage have returned with their eighth studio album. After some delays due to vocalist Jesse Leech developing some scar tissue on a polyp in his throat that meant three