Rage Against the Machine on Toy Instruments Still Sounds Awesome

Do you remember the first time you heard Rage Against the Machine?  I do.  I was in high school and I had no idea what in the world hit me but I knew that my energy level spiked about 600 times.  I also knew that I had my workout soundtrack set for at least the next year.   The sound, energy, and just overall “bangingness” of their music made you want to go lift a car.  Either that or get into a fight with someone.  It didn’t matter.

Over 20 years later people still listen to songs like “Killing in the Name” with not only nostalgia but the same adrenaline filled rigor as in the past.  Here we are in 2017 and we’ve got people replaying and reimagining their songs.  However, I’ll bet you’ve never heard something like this before.

Band (are they really a band?)  The Wackids decided to do their own version of “Killing in the Name” on Rock N’ Toy instruments.   Amazingly the song still sounds incredibly tough and still makes you want to punch a hole in your wall.

Have a listen below:

Leave a Reply

Five Reasons You Should Watch Great Yellowstone Thaw
What The Cast of Pete & Pete Looks Like Today
Casting a Damon Lindelof Watchmen TV Show
Why You Should Give Showtime’s “I’m Dying Up Here” a Shot
Five Awesome Flying Kites Scenes in Movies
Getting Ready for Oscar Season: Hugh Jackman’s The Greatest Showman
The Best Uses of Hall and Oates Songs in Movies
The Best Uses of The Doors Music in Movies
Soundgarden and Pearl Jam backstage at Lollapalooza in 1992
Five Things You Didn’t Know about Vince Staples
Here’s An A Capella Version of Stan Bush’s Song “The Touch”
Five Times Jamie Foxx Blew us Away with his Singing Ability
James Harden Looking at Nicki Minaj is Where His Defensive Intensity Needs to Be
The Hype Trailer for the Floyd Mayweather – Conor McGregor Fight is Kind of Awesome
Miguel Cabrera Creates the Best Baseball Moment of the Season
How to Stream the 2017 NBA Draft
Cool Wonder Woman Movie 8 Bit Arcade Game Mock Up
An Overview of Super Nintendo World in Japan
Trailer For South Park: The Fractured But Whole Makes Fun of Bad Comic Book Movies
Live-Action Mario Kart Short Film Gets Real Dark, Really Quickly
Five Things You didn’t Know about Aisha Dee
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Molly Gordon
Lindsay Lohan Launches New Lifestyle Site that Charges You to Subscribe
Why Did Gene Hackman Up and Vanish from Acting?