Rage Against the Machine could be working on new album
Feb06

Rage Against the Machine could be working on new album

RATM has been saying they’re officially done for years now, but a recent interview with bassist Geezer Butler might have let a cat out of the bag on news of a new album: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2013/feb/05/rage-against-the-machine-new-album Butler’s comments appeared in an interview with Metal Insider, while he was discussing Black Sabbath’s upcoming North America tour. Because they have not reconciled with...

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Rage Against the Machine’s 20th anniversary album

RATM is coming up on the 20th anniversary release of their self-titled album. They’ve also been rumored to have hinted at the release of a new album in the near future, but that’s just some conjecture. Rage Against the Machine have announced a four-disc 20th-anniversary reissue of their debut album. The anti-capitalist rockers will release XX – a deluxe version of the self-titled LP, including a DVD of their 2010...

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Rage Against the Machine’s 20th Anniversary Memorabilia
Aug27

Rage Against the Machine’s 20th Anniversary Memorabilia

RATM is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first album by opening a Tumblr site for everyone to post their favorite pieces of memorabilia on. With all of the Paul Ryan stuff going on it’s nice to see some news from RATM that isn’t related to the Republican party. Hit the link below to see the collection and what not:...

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Tom Morello Responds to Paul Ryan
Aug17

Tom Morello Responds to Paul Ryan

A right wing radical (and now Vice Presidential candidate) Paul Ryan had the balls to list Rage Against the Machine as one of his favorite bands. He must not have ever listened to any of their lyrics. He sounds like your typical jock frat boy type who got pissed after watching Fight Club because he thought it was about fighting. So Tom Morello responds and puts him in his place: Morello says the only ‘rage’ Ryan has is ‘A rage against...

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Rage Against the Machine’s First Public Concert

New Youtube video claims to be RATM’s first public performance caught on film. Full concert footage of RATM’s first ever public performance at The Quad, Cal State Northridge, Northridge, CA on Oct. 23, 1991. Setlist: 1: Killing In The Name (Instrumental) 2: Take The Power Back 3: Autologic 4: Bullet In The Head 5: Hit The Deck 6: Township Rebellion 7: Darkness Of Greed 8: Clear The Lane 9: Clampdown 10: Know Your Enemy...

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