Bruce Springsteen just released his 18th studio album, and with it comes a new video for the Boss' cover of The Saints' 1986 song "Just Like Fire Would." The new rendition reunites Springsteen and the E Street Band with Rage AgainstShow More Summary
A new video in support of High Hopes featuring Tom Morello.
By Michael J.W. Stickings High Hopes, Bruce Springsteen's 18th studio album, comes out today. Am I excited? Yup, crazy excited. Why? Five reasons: 1) It features a lot of Tom Morello and that wicked guitar-playing. 2) It's an E Street...Show More Summary
High Hopes, featuring Tom Morello from Rage Against the Machine.
"The idea is that this is the Hendrix of now."
Julian Assange has become an unlikely inspiration for rap artists across the globe, most famously Sri Lanka's M.I.A. and Puerto Rico's Calle 13. Now, thanks to the latter and Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine, Assange is a bona fide rapper. Show More Summary
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange collaborated with the band Calle 13 and guitarist Tom Morello on the new video “Multi_Viral.” Watch the video.
You'd probably never expect an opinionated Fox News host to pay tribute to a jazz legend in a room filled with the likes of President Obama, Harry Belafonte, Snoop Dogg, and Tom Morello; but on Sunday evening, that actually happened...
Yeah, oh well, huh? It seems the Boss is comin’ ‘round the mountain again, following 2012’s non-terrible Wrecking Ball (TMT Review). It’s basically a less-than-new-but-kinda-sorta album of rarities called High Hopes, which Bruce himself...Show More Summary
It is called High Hopes, it is out January 14, and yes, your dad would probably accept a "Springsteen Album IOU" in his Christmas stocking if it comes to that. More info for the Bruce buffs: Tom Morello (of Rage Against the Machine) collaborated on several songs, including the title... More »
Bruce Springsteen has announced he'll release a new album, High Hopes, the followup to 2012's Wrecking Ball, on January 14 via Columbia. The album features multiple tracks with Rage Against the Machine's Tom Morello, and includes covers of Suicide...
Plus, the lead single features Tom Morello.
Calle 13, one of Latin America's most popular bands, released a new song this week featuring an unlikely collaborator -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. The song, "Multi_Viral," also features Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine and the Palestinian singer Kamilya Jubran. Show More Summary
First, Julian Assange opened up M.I.A’s Terminal 5 show via Skype and now, the WikiLeaks founder has teamed up with freedom fighter Tom Morello and Calle 13 for something ominous-looking. More from press release: Double GRAMMY & Nineteen-Time...Show More Summary
Oliver Stone, Cenk Uygur, Tom Morello, Henry Rollins, and Shepard Fairey -- all progressive heroes and leading forces in their field -- have lent their voices in praising our upcoming investigative documentary Unmanned: America's Drone...Show More Summary
Jamie Madrox, one half of the Twiztid hip hop duo, is gearing up to review a whole load of Dark Horse books. We’ve got his first review of Tom Morello’s “Orchid” right here at Bloody-disgusting From Jamie Madrox: The first comic title I chose to... Read More
Tom Morello can be described many different way and his resume of accomplishments is unparalleled. As the guitarist for Rage Against The Machine, Audio Slave, and Nightwatchman, Morello’s unconventional style challenged conventional guitar playing and re-imagined rock guitar for a whole new generation. Rolling Stone... Read More
Bloody-disgusting continues their team up with Dark Horse Comics to deliver yet another free issue for you to feast your lovely eyes on. This week we are pleased to bring you the first issue of “Orchid”, written by Rage Against The Machine guitarist, Tom Morello,... Read More
With just over a couple weeks until release, the hype machine for Pacific Rim is wrapping up, and one of the final touches is this extended, 2-minute TV spot with plenty of action. It's getting to the point that if you're not convinced that the new film from Guillermo del Toro is something to be witnessed on the big screen, then it's a lost cause. Show More Summary
Tom Morello's so pissed about the worldwide search for Edward Snowden that he's willing to foot the bill to help the man behind the NSA leaks escape the U.S. government.We brought up the Snowden scandal to Rage Against the Machine's guitarist last…