Rage Against The Machine: Revolution In The Art of Protest.
Rage Against the Machine was formed by Zach de la Rocha, Tom Morello, Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford in 1991. The four make their duty to fill America with more socialist aggression and less right wing aggression. Their music is a confused mix of alternative rock, punk rock, hip hop, heavy metal and funk, topped off by strong political lyrics.
Rage Against the Machine and the Art of Protest was released on Feb. 23, 2010, it’s a film that not only documents the work and career of RATM but also focuses on the group’s place in the world with people who have spoken out for the little guy or the oppressed, as well as people responsible for political movements. The documentary included interviews RATM Biographer, Colin Devenish, Michael Goldstone, the man who originally signed them, T.V. Reed Professor of American Studies and English at Washington State University and ex-Rolling Stone editor Joe Levy. However, oddly, the members of the band are never shown in an interview. For not having a large budget, this film was made well and was a good portrayal of music and art in the protests.