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RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE Performed “Fistful Of Metal” For The First Time In 25 Years

RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE Performed “Fistful Of Metal” For The First Time In 25 Years

Rage Fistful Of Steel

Rage In opposition to The Machine performed the ultimate present (thus far) of their reunion tour final night time at Madison Sq. Backyard, they usually broke out a really deep lower for the event. Rage In opposition to The Machine performed “Fistful Of Metal” from their 1992 self-titled album for the primary time in 25 years, and naturally there’s fan-filmed footage of it!

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Rage In opposition to The Machine vocalist Zack de la Rocha tore his ACL proper at the beginning of the band’s reunion tour this July, which has sadly precipitated the band to cancel their upcoming European and UK dates.

“Per medical steering, Zack de la Rocha has been suggested that the August and September 2022 UK and European leg of the Rage In opposition to The Machine tour can not proceed,” mentioned the band on the time. “It’s with nice disappointment that we announce this cancellation.

Rage In opposition to The Machine will probably be ending their run at Madison Sq. Backyard on August 11, 12 & 14 after which Zack should return house for relaxation and rehabilitation. The flights, journey time, and rigorous schedule within the UK and Europe are merely an excessive amount of of a threat for a whole restoration.

“We’re so sorry to all of our followers who’ve waited years to see us and hope to Rage once more quickly. Please contact your level of buy for refunds to any headline exhibits.”

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