"Sleep Now in the Fire" is the fifth track from the 1999 album The Battle of Los Angeles by the band Rage Against the Machine. It was released as a single in 2000. The song contains lyrics about greed, such as the conquest of Native Americans and U.S. slavery in the 1800s as well as criticism of actions taken by the US government in wartime, including the bombing of Hiroshima and the use of Agent Orange in the Vietnam War. Tom's solo is also notable as he simply uses feedback from the amp .

Other Similar Songs

Other popular songs similar to "Sleep Now In The Fire" by Rage Against The Machine.