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Rage Against The Machine meets just in time for a slew of new things to get mad



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It's how the old fortune tellers of modern rock always said : Like my chemical romance says, it must also be Anger Against the Machine . (Note: No one has ever really said this.) On the heels of news about the Black Parade's resumption yesterday reports Forbes today this singer Zack de la Rocha gets back together Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk for a series of data likely to include a combination of anger, machines, and the direction of one against the other

The band today announced five new dates on Instagram, including a two-week headlining stay at Coachella. In earlier years, three quarters of the original group (sans de la Rocha) could be caught as part of Prophets Of Rage (and before that Audioslave), but this is the first time fans of the Evil Empire will be able to see the entire ensemble on stage since 2011. (Technically speaking, this is not even a goodbye since the band has never separated formally from their first major burial in the mid-2000s they just stopped making new music or semantics! )

The first of these new data will arrive in March 2020 in El Paso. G Given the band's fiery and outspoken political background, its proximity to the Mexican border and the upcoming elections in 2020, we can not help but imagine that they will be filled with the same low-pitched voices Anger and Action Requests that have determined the activities of the group (admittedly, time after time) for much of the last 30 years.


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