The song addresses police brutality and other forms of oppression.
It’s not the first time one of the rocker’s restaurants has gotten into trouble over the past year.
The politically charged band’s 1992 self-titled debut is back on the Billboard 200 chart.
The stand-alone single features frontman Jason Aalon Butler’s wife, Gin Wigmore, on vocals and Travis Barker on drums.
The show begins streaming June 3rd at 6 p.m. ET.
Nandi Bushell plays drums, bass, and guitar on her cover of “Guerrilla Radio”.
The original song appeared on Fever 333’s 2019 debut album, Strength in Numb333rs.
Bassist Dave “Phoenix” Farrell offers an update on new music from the dormant band.
While RATM’s reunion tour is postponed, check out this little toddler rocking one of the band’s classic tracks.
The story of three New York MCs told through the images that made them unforgettable and one of a kind.
The double-LP set comes packaged with 11 bonus tracks.
The politically charged new album, Carnivore, is out March 6th.