A politically aware Mexican-American who has speant time with various bands, fusing hip hop and rock, to raise political awareness and has appeared before the UN council. Zack left the very popular band Rage Against the Machine in 2000 because of "creative" differences. Zack has been working on a solo endeavor with the help to Tren Renzor of Nine Inch NAils. He has recently released the single "March of Death" targeted at pres. Bush. this single was produced by D.J. Shadow. The release of Zack's album is still in question
Zach de la Rocha is one of the best men to have ever lived.
by Emiliaro July 04, 2005
One man of a group who helped young people open their eyes to the injustices that go on in the world today. using the bad ass sounds of rage against the machine to carry his hard spoken lyrics to the masses and let "the man" know that youre not fooling us.
zack de la rocha is a renegade who speaks out for the people.
by jeremy pawelkiewicz October 25, 2006
The lead singer of the now disbanded Rage Against The Machine who has recently begun work on a solo album. Zack's politically aware lyrics will continue living on as some of the most well-written verses in music.
"Zack De la Rocha is your God, now bow down and beg him for a mere shred of his glory."
by Mark Evan Smith August 27, 2005
The badassest vocalist of all time. Best know for his work with Rage Against The Machine, he is politically charged, and supports far-left political causes (yes, the "C" word, as your highly censored history text book will tell you). He is lyrically genius, and he gets his point across in a loud, but effective, manner.
Yeah, but nobody can do it like Zack de la Rocha on vocals
by dshjfkbwhadwkjbch January 05, 2011