Russian punk band Pussy Riot has released a new song lambasting Russian President Vladimir Putin after being found guilty Friday and sentenced to two years in jail on charges of "hooliganism driven by religious hatred." Authorities are searching for the band's remaining members while outraged bold-faced names continue to voice their support for the group.

The new song, "Putin Lights Up The Fires," features lyrics that seek to lambaste the Russian president's administration and incite outrage, with lyrics like "The country is going, the county is going into the streets boldly." (Check out the full lyrics below).

The track is the band's first release since "Virgin Mary, Please Drive Putin Away," which the group performed in a one-minute guerrilla appearance at Moscow's Cathedral of Christ Our Savior in February, leading to their arrest and trial.

As three of the band's members -- Maria Alekhina, 24, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova 23, and Ekaterina Samucevich, 29 -- are headed off to the slammer, authorities are seeking two remaining members who managed to escape.

"We have launched a separate criminal case against the unknown members of the Pussy Riot band, and are seeking to establish their identities," a police spokesperson told the Interfax news agency. The band often performed masked.

Prominent musicians continued to decry the sentence. Madonna, one of the group's more prominent supporters, called their sentence "harsh and inhumane."

"I call on all those who love freedom to condemn this unjust punishment. I urge artists around the world to speak up in protest against this travesty. They've spent enough time in jail. I call on all of Russia to let Pussy Riot go free."

Lyrics To "Putin Lights Up the Fires" 
This state may be stronger than time in jail. 
The more arrests, the happier it is. 
Every arrest is carried out with love for the sexist 
Who botoxed his cheeks and pumped his chest and abs. 
But you can't nail us in the coffin. 
Throw off the yoke of former KGB! 
Putin is lighting the fires of revolution 
He's bored and scared of sharing silence with the people 
With every execution: the stench of rotten ash 
With every long sentence: a wet dream 
The country is going, the country is going into the streets boldly 
The country is going, the country is going to bid farewell to the regime 
The country is going, the country is going, like a feminist wedge 
And Putin is going, Putin is going to say goodbye like a sheep 
Arrest the whole city for May 6th 
Seven years isn't enough, give us 18! 
Forbid us to scream, walk and curse! 
Go and marry Father Lukashenko 

The last line refers to Belarussan dictator Alexander Lukashenko. May 6 is when protests against Putin's inauguration were violently repressed by the police.