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Rage Against The Machine to release 20th anniversary edition of debut album

Rage Against The Machine have announced that they will release a 20th anniversary edition of ‘Rage Against The Machine,’ their self-titled debut album. The album was originally released on the 10th November, 1992 and went to number one on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and number forty five on the Billboard 200 chart. The 20th anniversary […]

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Stray From The Path release Rage Against The Machine Vietnow cover

Stray From The Path have released a cover of Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Vietnow,’ the last single to be released from RATM’s second album ‘Evil Empire.’ This is the first of two covers the band will be releasing, the second coming next week.

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Rage Against The Machine’s first ever gig now streaming in full

Clips of the very first Rage Against The Machine gig have been online for several years now but a freshly pieced together copy of the full concert has now been available so you can watch the 54 minute gig in full.

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Rage Against The Machine have no plans for a new album

Zack De la Rocha had fans excited when he stated that Rage Against The Machine would likely record a new album in the near future but Tom Morello has killed the plans for the time being by stating that what was quoted was “inaccurate” and there are “no plans for that now”. Recently interviewed on […]

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Statement From Zack de la Rocha on Soundstrike

Zack de la Rocha has made a statement regarding the Soundstrike, the artist call to boycott Arizona which you can view and read right here in full below. Good morning, my name is Zack de la Rocha I’m the lead singer of Rage Against the Machine. Welcome to everyone here. Friday July 23rd is a […]

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Trent Reznor responds to Zach de la Rocha collaboration

Trent Reznor has been consistently responding to fans questions at the How To Destroy Angels Tumblr page and he was asked yesterday if the material he and Rage Against The Machine frontman Zach de la Rocha had collaborated on would ever be released. Trent responded with the following:

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