Police State by Rebel Inc.

Published On October 19, 2012 | By Pete Eyre | Articles, Videos

Our good friends at Rebel Inc. shared with us their song “Police State” off their soon-to-be-released album “Soundtrack To The Revolution.” Ideas have consequences, and the ideas they put-forth are good ideas about standing-up for what you know is right. Thus, much like Ademo Freeman did last year for their song “No Song” (see below), I thought it worth the time to create a video using the audio.

From their website rebelincusic.com:

We are very happy to announce the release of our new album, titled “Soundtrack To The Revolution.” The album will be available at a number of our CD Release shows, (see schedule below,) and will be followed-up with a Digital Release on 11.20.12, available through  itunes, CD Baby, Amazon, and more. We are confident that this album will showcase how much the band has grown in the 3 years since our first EP, and we highly encourage you to make it to one of our CD Release shows and pick up the album early! Thanks for all the continued support!

CD RELEASE SCHEDULE:

11.09 – New Way Bar – Ferndale, MI
11.10 – TBA – Columbus, OH
11.16 – Arena – State College, PA
11.17 – Ottobar – Baltimore, MD

If you’re able, check out the Rebel Inc. guys in-person. Their shows are always high-energy and their message is on-point. I myself am going to catch them at their Nov. 17th stop in Baltimore. It’ll be my fourth time seeing them. :)

Either way, be sure to connect with them online at:

http://reverbnation.com/rebelincmusic
http://facebook.com/rebelincmusic
http://twitter.com/rebelincmusic
http://youtube.com/rebelincmusic
http://myspace.com/rebelincmusic

From rebelincmusic.com/bio:

Rebel Inc. is an intense rock band formed on the outskirts of Detroit, MI, now residing in Baltimore, MD.  The original  members, Kevin(guitar) and Adam(vocals), relocated with another Detroiter, Brian(drums), and found their bass sound in Keni, a charm city native.

They are known for their high energy live shows, thought provoking political lyrics, and powerful guitar rhythms.  The resulting sound is a mixture of rock, rap, alternative, funk and heavy metal.

They self-released their first EP in March 2009 and the feedback from industry professionals and listeners alike, is very positive.  Every song on the album has been played on terrestrial radio in multiple states in the USA, as well as Canada and Australia.  The album has also had good reviews across the globe, including Germany and Italy.

The group toured US military bases under the sponsorship of Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) in 2008, who also sponsored Rage Against the Machine for a stop on the same tour, in Denver, CO (Democratic National Convention).

Rebel Inc.’s latest recording “Killin’ The Future” is being placed on a compilation album with Tom Morello, Rise Against, Anti-Flag, Ryan Harvey, and many more great artists to benefit the Civilian-Soldier Alliance.  The album, “A Soundtrack For Refusal,” is due out in June of 2010.

Rebel Inc. is a must see live act, for their recordings do not capture the band’s true sound and their ability to transfer their passion into the crowd with their explosive stage presence.

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About The Author

Pete Eyre is co-founder of CopBlock.org. As an advocate of peaceful, consensual interactions, Eyre seeks to inject a message of complete liberty and self-government into the conversation of police accountability. Eyre went to undergrad and grad school for law enforcement, then spent time in DC as an intern at the Cato Institute, a Koch Fellow at the Drug Policy Alliance, Directer of Campus Outreach at the Institute for Humane Studies, Crasher-in-Chief at Bureaucrash, and as a contractor for the Future of Freedom Foundation. He later hit the road as co-founder of the Motorhome Diaries and Liberty On Tour, and now resides in the 'shire.
  • Carlos

    “I’m the cream of the crop, I rise to the top
    I NEVER EAT A PIG CAUSE A PIG IS A COP
    Or better yet a terminator
    Like Arnold Schwarzenegger
    Try’n to play me out like as if my name was Sega”…

    ———-

    “Jump Around” by House of Pain

    ———

  • John Q Public

    Sega? I guess you couldn’t afford an xbox. Lol

  • zon

    public really needs to check the date on that song to realize that it was written before the x-box