“These ladies take their source material seriously, and their respect for the members of Rage — vocalist Zack de la Rocha, guitarist Tom Morello, drummer Brad Wilk and bass player Tim Commerford — as well as the causes for which they stand extends beyond mere cover songs.”
“In addition to winning new fans and appreciation for Rage Against the Machine’s music, Take the Power Back hopes to change people’s attitudes about what women can do musically and the quality that tribute bands can offer.”
"Their performances are not just about the music, but are also about the message."
"Take the Power Back intends to create a live sound that resembles Rage Against the Machine’s recordings as closely as possible. They do not take many liberties with the songs, but sometimes incorporate variations that Rage Against the Machine does live. Take the Power Back’s members enjoy the challenge that comes with emulating the subtleties of Rage Against the Machine’s sound, like in April when they played Rage Against the Machine’s second album, Evil Empire, from start to finish."
"There are few things more intimidating than a group of angry women, charging at you on roller skates, with the sound of Rage Against the Machine banging in your ears."
““After we did a round-up of all-girl metal tribute bands last month, a reader tipped us off to his favorite in the genre: A Rage Against the Machine tribute out of Nashville called Take the Power Back. We checked them out on You Tube, and sure enough, we were smitten.””