Veteran singer Neil Young has recorded an anti-war protest album on which he reportedly lashes out at George W Bush in a song called Impeach the President.
Neil Young's album, Living with War, features a 100-strong choir
The Canadian star has described Living with War as "metal folk protest".
The title track includes lyrics such as: "On the flat-screen we kill and we're killed again. And when the night falls, I pray for peace."
Young is one of rock's most political artists, thanks to classic anthems such as Rockin' in the Free World and Ohio.
The 10 tracks on Living with War were recorded earlier in April and feature a 100-strong choir, the singer said on his website.
On the title track, he sings: "In the mosques and the doors of the old museum, I take a holy vow, to never kill again, try to remember peace.
"The rocket's red glare, bombs bursting in the air, give proof through the night that our flag is still there."
Young has not confirmed details of the other tracks, but there are widespread reports that he makes a more direct attack on President Bush in Impeach the President.
The new material comes 36 years after the star became an icon for the anti-war movement with Ohio, his response to the deaths of four students during a Vietnam war protest.