Rage Against The Machine

Are These Reunion Tours Happening in 2021?

While the pandemic has thrown a wrench in some of the most anticipated reunion tours, it doesn’t mean they’re off the table. Here’s a look at whether or not 2020’s major reunion tours will take place in 2021.
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Rage Against The Machine Announces the Postponement of Reunion Tour

Rage Against The Machine has just announced that they will postpone their entire ‘Public Service Announcement’ tour until June 2021, delaying dates that were set to start this month.
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Meet Audrey, the Little Girl Responsible for the Most Adorable Rage Against The Machine Cover Ever

A father and daughter duo uploaded a cover of Rage Against The Machine’s classic song “Killing In The Name” and it has taken the internet by storm.
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What Coronavirus Means for the Rage Against The Machine and My Chemical Romance Reunions

Concerns over coronavirus has hit two of the biggest tours of the year, with Rage Against The Machine and My Chemical Romance both being forced to postpone their reunions.
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Rage Against The Machine Wants You to Wash Your Hands

Rage Against The Machine is adding some levity to the coronavirus scare by joining a popular handwashing meme. RATM suggests taking the proper amount of time to get clean by singing along to “Killing In The Name.”
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Rage Against the Machine Reunion Marks End of Prophets of Rage

While it shouldn’t be a major surprise, the reunion of Rage Against the Machine means the end of Prophets of Rage . The rap rock supergroup formed in 2016 with Rage/Audioslave bandmates Tom Morello , Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk , along with Chuck D of Public Enemy and B-Real of Cypress Hill . The...
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Feel The Rage With The Prophets of Rage On 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon'

Part Rage Against The Machine . Part Public Enemy. Part Cypress Hill . The rap/rock supergroup known as the Prophets of Rage made their late-night television debut on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon with a impassioned live perfornance of their song, "Living on the 110." According to...
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Chris Cornell Says Scheduling Will Determine Audioslave's Future

When Audioslave blindsided fans with an abrupt reunion during the Prophets of Rage 's anti-inaugural ball, it reopened the case of the band possibly having a future together. Chris Cornell, lead singer of Soundgarden , Temple of the Dog and Audioslave told Music Radar, "It's always a possibility...
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Watch Audioslave Reunite Onstage After 12 Years

Fans have been aching for an Audioslave reunion for the last 12 years. And after all of the recent interviews in which guitarist Tom Morello and frontman Chris Cornell have been playing coy, it turns out they had been planning a reunion this whole time! As part of their Anti-Inaugrual Ball in Los...
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Tom Morello Comments On Possible Audioslave Reunion: "That Door Has Certainly Never Closed"

While talking with Music Radar Rage Against The Machine and Prophets of Rage guitarist Tom Morello began to discuss the possibility of an Audioslave reunion with Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell . "I love Chris [Cornell] and I love what we did together. That door has certainly never closed in any...
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