Brad Wilk (Prophets Of Rage, Rage Against the Machine, Etc.) has commented on Donald Trump’s disastrous decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. You can see what he had to say in the below Instagram post:
Members of Rage Against The Machine and Public Enemy seem to be teaming up for a new project. A now crashed website did have a countdown clock ending on June 1, and a teaser image was posted with the lyrics “clear the way for the prophets of rage” is from Public Enemy‘s “Prophets Of Rage,” and a hashtag referencing Rage Against The Machine‘s “Take The Power Back“. It was originally rumored that Rage Against The Machine was reuniting, but Rolling Stone‘s source said that isn’t the case:
“This is not a Rage-specific reunion. There’s a lot more to it. There are a lot of moving parts, a lot of exciting news to be revealed.”
Rage Against The Machine have posted a new live video for their song “Testify.” The footage is from their new Blu-Ray/DVD, “Live At Finsbury Park.” The effort will be released on October 16, and will feature the band’s June 6, 2010 show in London, England.
Rage Against The Machine have posted a new live video for their song “Bulls On Parade.” The footage is from their new Blu-Ray/DVD, “Live At Finsbury Park.” The effort will be released on October 16, and will feature the band’s June 6, 2010 show in London, England.
Rage Against The Machine have announced that they will be releasing a new Blu-Ray/DVD, titled “Live At Finsbury Park,” on October 16. This release will feature the band’s June 6, 2010 show in London, England. Check out the track listing, cover art and footage of “Killing In The Name” below:
03. “People Of The Sun”
04. “Know Your Enemy”
05. “Bulls On Parade”
06. “Township Rebellion”
07. “Bullet In The Head”
08. “White Riot”
09. “Guerrilla Radio”
10. “Sleep Now In The Fire”
12. “Killing In The Name”
Rage Against The Machine played L.A. Rising in 2011 and that may have been the band’s last show. According to Blabbermouth, drummer Brad Wilk said the following in a recent interview:
“Well, as far as I know, we played our last show in 2011 at the Coliseum, and if that was our last show, that’s a good way to go out. I sort of had to put it in my head that that band is over in order for me to just move on with my life, to be honest with you, so that’s kind of where that lies. The Coliseum — awesome way to go out.”
Tom Morello also said something similar during an interview with Rolling Stone in 2012:
“Whether or not we ever play music again in any capacity is unknown. I’m grateful for the music we played together.”
With that being said, it appears as if the future of rage Against The Machine is uncertain.