It takes a certain type of extrovert to perform in front of thousands every night, so it should be no surprise that some of your favorite artists go all out for Halloween.
The event raised money for the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund.
Sunflower Bean, Neon Indian, and Alice Merton also performed at Brooklyn Steel.
Taken from Morello’s forthcoming solo album, the fierce Bassnectar-produced offering takes a hard look at police brutality.
Plus, hear two new songs: “We Don’t Need You” and “Battle Sirens”.
System of a Down frontman sits in with Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk in New Zealand.
The six-song release will be available in limited quantities for Record Store Day.
Rap-metal supergroup returns to the stage where they made their TV debut a year and a half ago.
Unexpected collaboration appears on the soundtrack for Will Smith’s Netflix project, Bright.
“…sounded epic, majestic, symphonic, brutal, beautiful, tribal, mysterious, deep, sexy and VERY Tool.”
Mike Pence runs the nation in politically-charged supergroup’s latest visual treatment.
The 12-track collection comes on the heels of their debut EP, The Party’s Over.