Now, the rap-rock supergroup comprised of Public Enemys Chuck D, Cypress Hills B-Real, and members of Rage Against the Machine has shared plans for The Partys Over, their debut EP. Out Aug. 26, the politically incendiary band will drop the five-song project, which includes the previously released, eponymous single Prophets of Rage itself a reworking of the 1988 Public Enemy song of the same name. The EP also includes live versions of Rage Against the Machines Killing in the Name and Public Enemys Shut Em Down, another live cut titled No Sleep Til Cleveland (Prophets have played Beastie Boys No Sleep Till Brooklyn at some of their concerts ), and the new original The Partys Over. Look At ThisNo Sleep Til Cleveland and The Partys Over will debut on Apple Musics Beats 1 on Aug. 18 and 25, respectively. Prophets of Rage made a scene when they performed outside the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last month, and the groups Make America Rage Again Tour promises to be a buzzy one as election season hype continues to grow. Our country is on the brink of chaos, Prophets guitarist Tom Morello told the Los Angeles Times in June. And Im a person whos always trying to have a political impact through my vocation, which is music. So we believe we can no longer stand on the sidelines of history.
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