Rage Against the Machine guitarist urges fans to ‘form a band’ and not wait for a Rage reunion
Say you’re waiting around for Rage Against the Machine to put out a new album or reunite for a tour? You may have to wait a long time. Guitarist Tom Morello told Rolling Stone that he wasn’t sure what the future would bring for Rage Against the Machine, stating, “Whether or not we ever play music again in any capacity is unknown,” and now, Morello has tweeted out a new statement along those lines.
“If u really want new groundbreaking earth rocking political music that shapes hearts & minds & kicks ass FORM A BAND, don’t wait for RATM,” Morello tweeted on Friday (Dec. 21). In other words, don’t bank on Rage getting back together at any point soon.
In other Rage Against the Machine news, the band recently released “Rage Against the Machine – XX,” the 20th anniversary edition of Rage Against the Machine’s 1992 self-titled debut album. The album spawned the breakout it “Killing in the Name.” The album spawned the memorable Rage tracks such as “Bombtrack,” “Killing in the Name,” “Bullet In The Head” and “Freedom.”
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