25. You could argue that its always overdue for people in their vocation to speak up about the injustices of the day, Mr. Morello , 52, told The Times this week. This is a particularly dire time, and we couldnt remain silent. We took months hidden deep in the bunker in the San Fernando Valley figuring out what the Prophets of Rage chemistry would be and how we could not just compete with our legacies, but stand shoulder-to-shoulder or surpass them in both a live and recorded context. Were aiming high in that regard, Mr. Morello said. In light of this years election, however, the group has had no problem finding motivation. I was especially outraged that the media referred to both the Trump and the Sanders campaigns as raging against the machine. We wanted to let people know what it really means to rage against the machine on a door-to-door, whistle-stop campaign, he told The Times. In our vocation, were speaking out about our convictions through Marshall stacks and heaven help you, he said. Indeed, Mr.interview
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