Pussy Riot, the Russian punk rock collective have posted a protest video thanking fellow artists for their support and blasting ‘the evil men’ including Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom they burn a picture of.

Three Pussy Riot members, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina and Yekaterina Samutsevich, received sentences of two years for “hooliganism motivated by religious hatred.” Two additional Pussy Riot members reportedly fled Russia to avoid potential charges. In the new clip, Pussy Riot thanked the international music community for their support, including Madonna, Bjork and the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Green Day, while burning a photo of Russia’s President Putin.

The women in the clip say in regards to their battle, “We’ve been fighting for the right to sing, to think, to criticize, to be musicians and artists; ready to do everything to change our country, no matter the risks. We go on with our musical fight in Russia, and our country is dominated by [an] evil man. This man [Putin] thinks it’s illegal to call yourself a feminist, to sing punk music. This man thinks it’s illegal to stand up for rights of the gay and lesbian community. This man thinks that you can’t criticize your government. This man thinks that if you sing and dance in an inappropriate way, you get two years in prison.”