Prophets Of Rage Premiere New Song “Heart Afire”

Prophets Of Rage (Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill) have premiered a new song titled “Heart Afire.” This is the first single from the band’s new album, which they recently completed.

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Prophets Of Rage Complete Work On New Album

It looks like Prophets Of Rage (Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill) have completed work on a new album. Bassist Tim Commerford (Rage Against The Machine) confirmed the news to Kaaos TV and also said a new single is coming on July 7. Here’s what he had to say:

“As far as I’m concerned, [the debut album] was a great imprint of us as a band. We made a record, and it was an imprint in time, and we did that. And we’re on to another record now; we’ve already finished a 13-song record that we are just in the process of just putting together at this moment in time. So there’s a lot going on. We have a new song that comes out on July 7th. And it’s on to new territory, new sounds and new music.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Prophets Of Rage To Open For Eminem At Twickenham, England Show

Prophets Of Rage (Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill) have revealed that they will be supporting Eminem during his July 15 show at the Twickenham Stadium in Twickenham, England. Royce da 5’9″ and Boogie will also perform.

Tom Morello (Prophets Of Rage, Etc.) Undergoes Surgery After Fracturing His Hand

Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine/Prophets Of Rage) has undergone surgery after fracturing his hand on June 21. He shared the below photo of that. Despite this, the guitarist is planning to hit the stage with Prophets Of Rage at the Grona Lund in Stockholm, Sweden on June 26.

Tim Commerford (Rage Against The Machine, Prophets Of Rage) Featured In New “Ernie Ball Music Man: Inspired By” Mini Documentary

Ernie Ball have shared a new episode of their “Music Man: Inspired By” web series. This particular one features Tim Commerford (Rage Against The Machine, Prophets Of Rage) discussing “his early days, being inspired by Louis Johnson, using music as a voice and vehicle for protest, and his lifelong relationship with his StingRay bass.”