Rage Against The Machine says goodbye to the stage

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Brad Wilk confirms that the band will not play live again.

At the end of 2022, the American band suspended its reunion tour, more than a year later, the end of the concerts was confirmed. Rage Against The machine. With a post on Instagram, the drummer brad Wilk He shared the group’s final decision and thanked each person who accompanied them for their support.

In the statement he shared that, due to the canceled dates of their reunion tour, although there were talks regarding the return, there would be no more concerts by the band: “I want to let you know that RATM (Tim, Zach, Tom and I) will never tour or perform live again. I feel sorry for those who were waiting for it to happen. “I really wish it were like that.”

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After announcing their reunion in 2019, postponed by the global pandemic, they began a tour in 2022, which was immediately suspended due to injuries. Zack de la Rocha. Since then, new dates or news about the remaining concerts in Europe have been expected.

Recently, they were included in the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame as part of the class of 2023, a ceremony attended only by Tom Morellogiving indications of the separation of the Californian group.


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