Prophets of Rage
Prophets of Rage might be winners, but Good Charlotte and Limp Bizkit need to cut the bullshit.
The Dean of American Rock Critics finds insight and urgency in Superchunk's 'What a Time to Be Alive.'
The Europe Music Awards are already something to behold.
Vi tog på Refshaleøen og headbangede med folk, der havde glemt alt om deres hverdag.
It was their first live set in over a decade.
Make America Rage Again.
"The barbed wire cannot keep the music out; the barbed wire cannot keep the message out," said the band's Tom Morello
Punks, prophets, and Kid Rock: the Republican National Convention was one of the weirdest events in the history of the United States. Where do we go from here?
In an interview before their set, the supergroup told us they got together to be an alternative voice in angry year. But how clearly could that voice be heard in the middle of the chaos in Cleveland?
VICE's political correspondent scopes the scene on the night of Donald Trump's official nomination.
"When it comes to race relations, he’s like an old-school segregationist; when it comes to foreign policy, he’s like an old-school napalmist; when it comes to women’s issues, he’s like a frat house rapist."
Time to disrupt.