Watch the new Prophets Of Rage video, directed by Michael Moore

Prophets Of Rage video

Prophets Of Rage have released an official new video for their new video Unfuck The World, the first track to be released from their upcoming self-titled album. The album was recorded with former Rage Against The Machine and Audioslave producer Brendan O’Brien and will be released on September 15.

Featuring live footage mixed with imagery of Trump rallies, riots, protests, Keyboard Cat, WWE and fracking, the video was directed by Michael Moore, who also directed Rage Against The Machine’s Sleep Now In The Fire video.

“I am thrilled to once again be working with my old friends and comrades in the struggle for a just world,” says Michael Moore. “Prophets Of Rage is the right band saying the right shit at this very critical moment. This music video is our collective battle cry against those who seek to harm the innocent and the powerless. I am proud to have directed this video and I ask all who see it do their part to unfuck this world. All hands on deck!”

In the new issue of Metal Hammer Tom Morello argues why the world needs a band like Prophets Of Rage now more than ever – on sale now!

Prophets Of Rage tracklisting

1) Radical Eyes
2) Unfuck The World
3) Legalize Me
4) Living On The 110
5) The Counteroffensive
6) Hail To The Chief
7) Take Me Higher
8) Strength In Numbers
9) Fired A Shot
10) Who Owns Who
11) Hands Up
12) Smashit

Prophets Of Rage is available to order now from iTunes.

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Luke Morton joined Metal Hammer as Online Editor in 2014, having previously worked as News Editor at popular (but now sadly defunct) alternative lifestyle magazine, Front. As well as helming the Metal Hammer website for the four years that followed, Luke also helped relaunch the Metal Hammer podcast in early 2018, producing, scripting and presenting the relaunched show during its early days. He also wrote regular features for the magazine, including a 2018 cover feature for his very favourite band in the world, Slipknot, discussing their turbulent 2008 album, All Hope Is Gone.