Hear the Rancid cover of "No More" by Black Flag!

As you may remember, Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen of Rancid pitched in on the benefit compilation CD for the "West Memphis Three" that Henry Rollins has put together; Tim, Lars and other Epitaph/ANTI artists such as Tom Waits and Joe Strummer have also been very outspoken about this controversial case, so Tim and Lars decided to do something about it! They covered the classic Flag song "No More" and it sounds totally amazing.

The album will be available in stores on October 16th through Rollins' 2.13.61 Records; the entire track listing and further details on it can be found below:

(Courtesy of Rollingstone.com)
The West Memphis Three -- Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley and Jason Baldwin -- were accused, convicted and imprisoned in the 1993 killings of three eight-year-old boys in Robin Hood Hills, Arkansas, near West Memphis. The story was captured in the documentary Paradise Lost, which cast light upon a clumsy police investigation and a trial mired in hysteria over Satanic cults.

"I could send a check to aid in the boys' defense," Rollins said. "That's nice, but it's pretty quiet and I thought what this situation needed was volume and motion. I tried to think of things to do, and it always came back to a benefit record. Benefit records are well meant but anonymous and boring to me. Great idea, but I'm too busy, I thought. Then I thought about the ages of the WM3, when they went into prison and how old they are now. Mid-teens to mid-twenties. Those were some great years for me. I spent them all over the world. They spent theirs in small rooms with no natural light for something they didn't do. All of a sudden, my schedule opened up and I got busy."

Rise Above track listing:

"Rise Above," Chuck D, Henry Rollins
"Nervous Breakdown," Keith Morris
"Fix Me," Iggy Pop
"American Waste," Neil Fallon of Clutch
"I've Had It," Cedric Bixler Zavala of the Mars Volta
"I've Heard It Before," Jeff Moreira of Poison the Well
"Room 13," Corey Taylor
"Wasted," Exene Cervenka
"Jealous Again," Nick Oliveri
"TV Party," Henry Rollins
"No Values," Hank III
"Gimmie, Gimmie, Gimmie," Dean Ween
"Depression," Casey Chaos
"Six Pack," Mike Patton
"Police Story," Ice T
"Revenge," Tom Araya of Slayer
"Thirsty and Miserable," Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead
"What I See," Chuck Dukowski
"No More," Tim Armstrong and Lars Frederiksen of Rancid
"Black Coffee," Henry Rollins
"Slip It In," Henry Rollins and Inger Lorre
"Annihilate This Week," Henry Rollins and Kira Roessler
"My War," Henry Rollins
"Nervous Breakdown," Ryan Adams

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