The group plan to release an album entitiled Live In Iraq. No, we are not making this up (although we can't speak for Newsweek).
Band member Neal Saunders told the magazine: "You can't call home and tell your mom your door got blown off by an IED. No one talks about what we're going through. Sure, there are generals on the TV, but they're not speaking for us. We're venting for everybody."
And, since you asked, here's a sample of their rhymes...
"Soldiers are dying every day, that's why we ain't smiling.
I'm the one you see on TV
Army infantry, one arm holding my sleeve from a previous injury
Bloody desert combat fatigues, dusty and ammoless M-16 with a shredded sling
...Hit in the head and shoulder but still taking deep breaths
'Cause I'm in Kevlar and sappy plates in my flak vest."