Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God) recently went to North Dakota to help protest the Dakota Access Pipeline, which is a serious threat to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation’s water supply. Upon returning, Blythe wrote a lengthy article about the experience for Rolling Stone. Head HERE to check that out.
Randy Blythe (Lamb Of God) has revealed that is heading to North Dakota to help protest the Dakota Access Pipeline, which is a serious threat to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation’s water supply. You can read what Blythe had to say about that in his below Instagram post:
Superjoint Ritual have announced an album release show for their new effort “Caught Up In The Gears Of Application” (out November 11). The show will take place at Gas Monkey Live in Dallas, TX on November 12, and will also include: Tombs, Warbeast, Wolvhammer, Protest, and Driven Below.
Tom Morello (Rage Against The Machine) will be heading out on a tour with Anti-Flag, actress Evangeline Lilly (Lost), Flobots, Downtown Boys, and more to protest the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The first of these shows will take place at the Summit Music Hall in Denver, CO on July 23.
According to the White House website, the TPP is an agreement between the U.S. and “11 other countries in the Asia-Pacific, including Canada and Mexico” which would “eliminate over 18,000 taxes various countries put on Made-in-America products,” and make it so “we can rewrite the rules of trade to benefit America’s middle class,” before “competitors who don’t share our values, like China, step in to fill that void,” but many people are opposing the deal. Morello is one of those against the plan, and had the following to say:
“Working people everywhere have had enough. The TPP is nothing short of a corporate takeover of our democracy. That’s why people are rising up to stop it. Corporate lobbyists want to sneak the TPP through Congress quietly; that means it’s time for us to get loud.”
The lineup has been revealed for the first annual Full Terror Assault Open Air festival. The festival will take place in Cave-In-Rock, Illinois, on September 10-12, and will include: Fear Factory, Obituary, Eyehategod, Terrorizer, Valient Thorr, Misery Index, Iron Reagan, Revocation, Warbeast, Broken Hope, M.O.D., Kill The Client, Fulgora, Murder Construct, Nashville Pussy, Cannabis Corpse, Noisem, Starkill and much more.