The night also included music from Tom Morello, and appearances by Harry Belafonte, Noam Chomsky, Danny Devito and Danny Glover. Continue reading…
Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello took to Instagram to defend Fidel Castro after the Cuban leader died on Friday. "While I don't agree with all that Fidel Castro did there is ample reason why he is vilified in the US and yet remains a huge hero throughout the Third ... More »
LOOKING FOR FASCISM IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES: Shot: Tom Morello [of Rage Against the Machine] Defends Fidel Castro: ‘Huge Hero Throughout the Third World.’ —Headline, Rolling Stone, today. Note the in-your-face power fist photo of Morello; signaling that Rolling Stone fully supports Morello’s limousine leftist worldview. Chaser: “Whatever its claims, Queen isn’t here just […]
Morello visited the country with Audioslave in 2005.
The Voice Project is a nonprofit group that promotes and defends freedom of expression. Today, the project has launched the “Imprisoned for Art” campaign to advocate for artists across the world who are currently political prisoners due to their creative output. Show More Summary
Bill Murray, Eddie Vedder and Tom Morello all celebrated the Game 7 win.
Editor's note: Tom Morello is the former lead guitarist for Rage Against the Machine and a longtime Cubs fan. He shared read the following essay on Fox during the World Series. My name is Tom Morello and long before I was a musician or an activist I was a Chicago Cubs fan. I grew up in Libertyville,...
President Barack Obama has taken his Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) pitch on the road, hoping to rally support for the controversial trade deal. Meanwhile, reports Vincent Caruso, ex–Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello has kicked off a politically fueled road trip of his own. Show More Summary
In a new interview, Keenan discusses his time together with Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk.
Back in the early 2000s, myself and millions of other gamers and wanna-be musicians alike spent hundreds of hours playing the Guitar Hero series. It dawned on me pretty early on that I was never going to be Thom Yorke or Tom Morello, so I settled with the next best thing - clicking a plastic
photos by Dana Distortion "NOBODY FOR PRESIDENT." The message was taped to the backside of Tom Morello's famed Mongrel Custom — the same sky-blue, "Arm The Homeless" axe he's wielded since his days stomping with Rage Against The Machine — and was revealed to Friday crowd only when Morello brought the instrument to his mouth, to shred with his teeth... Continue reading…
Stuff we got last night that we didn't get on Tuesday includes "Night," "Thunder Road," "Darkness on the Edge of Town," "No Surrender," "Lost in the Flood," and more. Continue reading…
Prophets Of Rage were scheduled to perform for 800 inmates at Norco Prison in California last night, but the show was cancelled last minute. Tom Morello told CBS Los Angeles that they were not permitted inside the prison after some right-wingers threatened to rebel. Here’s what he said: We were denied at the last minute […]
Get ready for the song you’re going to hear frequently throughout ESPN’s college football coverage this season. On Friday, the network announced that “Collider” by X Ambassadors and Tom Morello would be the theme song used during top matchups each week and the games building toward the College Football Playoff. Show More Summary
Jane's Addiction's set included appearances by Tom Morello and Smashing Pumpkins' Jimmy Chamberlain. Continue reading…
Surprise guests helped Lolla pioneers out with "Mountain Song" and "Jane Says", respectively.
Lollapalooza, the festival started by Perry Farrell as a farewell tour for Jane’s Addiction, its celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. Last night, the band returned to the festival to perform, and they brought a few special guests. Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello joined them onstage for “Mountain Song,” and later in the […]