According to drummer Brad Wilk, Rage Against the Machine will not be going on tour or performing live in the future.

According to drummer Brad Wilk, Rage Against the Machine will not be going on tour or performing live in the future.

Rage Against the Machine voices opposition to Dobbs’ decision.

The band Rage Against the Machine made a powerful statement in support of abortion rights during their reunion show by displaying a message that read “Abort the Supreme Court” at the 00:49 mark.

Brad Wilk, a member of Rage Against the Machine, stated that the band will not go on tour or have live performances in the future. This would mark the third instance of the group breaking up in the past twenty years.

David Lee Roth has a medical issue

The drummer announced on social media on Wednesday that the band’s North American tour in 2022 has been cancelled due to lead singer David Lee Roth’s medical condition. As a result, there will be no additional tour dates.

Zack de La Rocha ruptured his Achilles tendon on his left side.

“I will not continue to deceive others or myself,” he stated on Instagram. “Although there has been some discussion of this occurring in the future, I want to make it clear that RATM (Tim, Zack, Tom and I) will not be embarking on any tours or performing live again.”

Rage Against The Machine In Concert - New York, NY

On August 12, 2022, Tim Commerford, Zack de la Rocha, and Tom Morello from Rage Against the Machine will take the stage at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

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“I apologize to those who have been eagerly anticipating this event,” he added, expressing gratitude to fans in the message. “I truly wish it could have happened…” The post ended abruptly without disclosing any additional details for fans.

At the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Ice-T introduced them. At the event, Tom Morello, the guitarist, encouraged the audience to strive for a world without making concessions or expressing regret.

In 2022, following the reversal of the Roe v. Wade decision by the Supreme Court, images promoting abortion with the words “Abort the Supreme Court” were displayed at a reunion concert.

In 1991, Rage Against the Machine was established and their first album, which shares the band’s name, was released the next year. The album was praised by critics and achieved popularity. In 1997, the band won a Grammy Award for “Tire Me” in the Best Metal Performance category, and in 2001, they won another for “Guerilla Radio” in the Best Hard Rock Performance category. Their debut album was recognized as one of the 500 greatest albums of all time by Rolling Stone in 2003.

Christopher Brito