There's a ton of Prophets of Rage news to get to, so let's jump into it. If you've been living under a rock the last few months, Prophets of Rage is Rage Against the Machine minus frontman Zack de la Rocha plus Cypress Hill's B-Real and Public Enemy's Chuck D.
These guys have a busy week ahead of them. They are going to be performing at a protest of the Republican National Convention later today in Cleveland at 1 p.m. at the End Poverty Now! rally at 1416 E. 47th Street. If you're in Cleveland and can't make it, they are doing another performance tomorrow at The Agora in Cleveland. They're also set to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live this Thursday, July 21st. To commemorate the busy week, the band officially released a studio version of their new eponymous track "Prophets of Rage." Here it is:
Before releasing the song, the band tweeted "In a year, we won't soon forget, 'Prophets Of Rage' is a song/band for those who feel they no longer have a voice."
Over the weekend, the band staged an impromptu concert on skid row in Los Angeles, a very sketchy part of town where homeless people and drug addicts live. Based on the below video footage, it looks like it went off…