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Prophets of Rage announce debut album, share Michael Moore-directed video for “Unfuck the World” — watch

on June 01, 2017, 10:25am

Photo by Paul L. Carter

Last year, Prophets of Rage released their debut EP,The Party’s Over, and hit the road together for the very first time. Now, the mighty political supergroup comprised of members of Rage Against the MachinePublic Enemy, and Cypress Hill is readying its first full-length album.

Due out September 15th, the self-titled record spans 12 tracks, including titles like “Radical Eyes”, “Legalize Me”, “Hail to the Chief”, “Strength in Numbers”, and “Who Owns Who”. Prophets of Rage were joined in the studio by veteran producer Brendan O’Brien (Pearl Jam, AC/DC, RATM).

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As a first look at the LP, the band has let loose its lead single, “Unfuck the World”. The raucous number also comes accompanied by its music video, which was helmed by renowned director Michael Moore. As to be expected from the politically-charged Prophets of Rage and Moore, the clip features plenty of footage of Trump, protests, drone strikes, the Flint water plant, and yes, even that one Pepsi ad.

“I am thrilled to once again be working with my old friends and comrades in the struggle for a just world,” Moore said in a press statement. “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!”

Check out the video below, followed by the album’s artwork (created by Shepard Fairey) and full tracklist.

Prophets of Rage Artwork:

prophets of rage new album debut 2017 Prophets of Rage announce debut album, share Michael Moore directed video for Unfuck the World    watch

Prophets of Rage Tracklist:
01. Radical Eyes
02. Unf–k the World
03. Legalize Me
04. Living on the 110
05. The Counteroffensive
06. Hail to the Chief
07. Take Me Higher
08. Strength in Numbers
09. Fired a Shot
10. Who Owns Who
11. Hands Up
12. Smashit

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