The rock-rap group Prophets of Rage is releasing a new music video blasting President Trump, showing an altered image of him giving a Nazi salute and being operated by a puppet master Vice President Pence.

The video for “Hail to the Chief” was posted on Wednesday by the supergroup, which consists of members from Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill.

In the video, distorted images of the White House — with “Trump Tower” superimposed in gold letters over it — are shown along with black-and-white images of people being lynched outside it.

The performers chant in the song’s chorus:

“All hail to the chief,
Who came in the name of a thief,
To cease peace.”

The new track continues:

“The innocent caught in the violence
Silence everybody that ain’t like us.
Devising words to divide us,
Fear in the heart of the millions,
One percent with their billions,
Savage politicians got the whole world ripe for the pickin’.”

Other imagery in the music video includes a cowboy with Trump’s face shooting former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonTexas history curriculum to emphasize that slavery played 'central role' in Civil War Election Countdown: Abrams ends fight in Georgia governor's race | Latest on Florida recount | Booker, Harris head to campaign in Mississippi Senate runoff | Why the tax law failed to save the GOP majority Texas education board approves restoring Hillary Clinton in history curriculum MORE with a pistol, to applause from Pence.


The vice president is then seen giving a thumbs up as an altered image of Trump is shown doing the "Sieg Heil" salute.

In an interview with Rolling Stone last year, Prophets of Rage member Tom Morello called the group an “elite task force of revolutionary musicians determined to confront this mountain of election year bullshit.”

It’s not the first time musicians have stirred controversy using graphic imagery to slam Trump. 

Rapper Snoop Dogg shot a cigarette-puffing clown dressed as the president with a toy gun for a music video by BADBADNOTGOOD released in March.

In June, Trump was portrayed as an animated Nazi-esque robot for Moby & The Void Pacific Choir’s music video for “In This Cold Place.”