In today's political dispute, there is no better time for Rise Against The Machine's music like how they did in the 90s. Hailing from Los Angeles, California, the band that consisted of Zach de la Rocha, Tim Commerford, Tom Morello, and Brad Wilk hold absolutely nothing back in voicing their opinions and through unapologetic social rap with unrivaled energy, unleashing incisive and insightful rhymes right in your face. For a band that only released four studio albums, they sure had a lot to say.
Released today, LOCALE's 15 piece collection is inspired by the RATM's iconic lyrics and graphic imagery, paying homage to the band from Rage Against the Machine to their Renegades years. Titled RAGE, the collection comprised of reworked original artwork from the band’s archive and silhouettes associated with the 90s music.
It includes a full printed work shirt, coach jacket, graphic tees, tote bag, hoodies, and PVC waistbag that are smartly tweaked using the 90s aesthetic in vibrant colors as a nod to Zach De La Rocha's iconic lyrics. The RAGE also marks LOCALE's first rendition in taking music scene as the main inspiration to create a full-fledged streetwear collection.
- Washed Fabric
- Combed 24s
- Plastisol ink
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