Spotify is facing a massive $1.6 billion dollar copyright infringement suit from a publisher representing artists like Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks, and Tom Morello.
Colin Kaepernick's done so much good this past year... the NFL should lose its 'Man of the Year' award and give the man a damn centennial trophy -- so says rock legend Tom Morello. We got the Rage/Audioslave guitarist out in West Hollywood... and…
G-Eazy drops a new visual for his “No Limit” remix featuring A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, French Montana, Juicy J and Belly, from the new album The Beautiful & Damned. Previously: A$AP Rocky & Tom Morello – FTW The post Video: G-Eazy ft. A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, French Montana, Juicy J & Belly – No Limit (Remix) appeared first on Nah Right.
Movie soundtracks are great for bringing together odd combinations of artists. Will Smith's new Netflix alien-warfare movie Bright has done that several times over. Last night we shared "Campfire," the long-awaited convergence of DRAM and Neil Young. And we'd be remiss not to mention the existence of "FTW (Fuck The World)," a collaboration between A$AP…
A$AP Rocky connects with Tom Morello for “FTW” or “Fuck The World,” the latest release from the soundtrack to the Will Smith film Bright. Continue below to stream the song and the full soundtrack which also includes new music from Migos, Ty Dolla $ign and Future, Meek Mill, YG and Snoop, and Lil Uzi Vert. […] The post A$AP Rocky & Tom Morello – FTW appeared first on Nah Right.
“We’re at a crucial historical juncture, where literally the fate of the planet hangs by a thread,” says rocker Tom Morello. “We are musicians, so our message is in the mosh pit.” Tom Morello knows something about Trump Country. TheShow More Summary
“Without net neutrality there will be less awesome art. Period.”
Musicians, including Ozzy Osbourne, Tom Morello and Garbage, went on social media to salute AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young.
What's so good? During the tumultuous political year the United States had in 2016, Tom Morello began making some noise. Mystery surrounded the exciting premise behind a project involving other Rage Against the Machine alumni Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford, as well as Public Enemy's Chuck D and Cypress Hill's B Real. Show More Summary
They also trash Paul Ryan, a professed Rage Against the Machine fan
Sounds like: Rage Against The Machine, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill What's so good? The supergroup Prophets Of Rage (Rage Against The Machine's Tim Commerford, Tom Morello and Brad Wilk, Public Enemy's Chuck D and DJ Lord and Cypress Hill's...Show More Summary
Tom Morello constructed a band dedicated to bashing capitalism, among other supposed “injustices.” But beware, Morello fans: this guitarist is, unsurprisingly, worth millions. Tom Morello, lead guitarist of Prophets of Rage and RageShow More Summary
The surviving members of Audioslave -- Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk -- were rehearsing for their newer Prophets Of Rage project last week when they decided to play a bit of Audioslave's "Like A Stone" to pay tribute to the late Chris Cornell. The group's DJ Lord captured footage of the rendition, and…
In the two weeks since Chris Cornell’s death, musicians ranging from Megadeth to Heart’s Ann Wilson to Guns N’ Roses to Ryan Adams have covered Soundgarden and Audioslave songs in honor the late singer. Now, in a new interview with Rolling Stone, Audioslave’s Tom Morello, Nine Inch Nail’s Trent Reznor, System Of A Down’s Serj…
Tributes have been pouring in left and right since the news of Chris Cornell’s tragic passing earlier this week. His former Audioslave bandmate and Rage Against The Machine member Tom Morello has already shared a eulogy, and now he’s penned a poem in remembrance of the late Soundgarden frontman. Read it below via Rolling Stone.
Tributes have been pouring in left and right since the news of Chris Cornell's tragic passing earlier this week. His former Audioslave bandmate and Rage Against The Machine member Tom Morello has already shared a eulogy, and now he's penned a poem in remembrance of the late Soundgarden frontman. Read it below via Rolling Stone.
Musicians continue to pay tribute to Chris Cornell, the iconic frontman of Soundgarden, Audioslave, and Temple of the Dog, who died on May 17 at the age of 52. He had performed with Soundgarden in Detroit shortly before his death, which was been determined to be a suicide. Show More Summary