Machine Gun Kelly and Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker have released a cover of Rage Against the Machine’s 1992 song, “Killing in the Name.”
It arrives alongside a video featuring footage from ongoing protests across the nation against police violence. Shots of the musicians’ head-banging recording session are interspersed throughout.
Elsewhere in the visual, the duo also make an appearance during the protest clips, with MGK and the Blink-182 drummer holding up “Stop arresting protestors! Arrest killer cops!!” and “No justice. No peace” signs, respectively.
Kelly and Barker previously teamed up on “Bloody Valentine,” from the rapper’s upcoming pop punk album, Tickets to My Downfall. Last year, they enlisted British singer YUNGBLUD for “I Think I’m Okay.”
Watch their video for “Killing in the Name” here: