Rage Against The Machine frontman Zack De La Rocha recently suffered an injury to his leg during the second concert of the band’s reunion tour Monday night, July 11 in Chicago, Illinois as per the reports. As a result of the injury, De La Rocha performed multiple songs while seated on a monitor, and was carried out at the end of the show after being unable to walk. Zack De La Rocha performed with the injury.
A short time later, De La Rocha told the crowd: “I don’t know what happened to my leg right now, but you know what? We’re gonna keep this fu**in’ shit goin’. If I have to crawl across this stage. We’re gonna play for y’all tonight. We came too fu**in’ far.”
De La Rocha then reportedly attempted to stand at various points during the remainder of the set but was unable to put any weight on the injured leg. The singer ended up being carried off the stage at the end of the concert. Tom Morello was seemingly concerned with the incident. Amid this, it seems the band will continue to perform.
One of the fans posted a video clip of Rocha getting carried out after the show concluded. Fans said Tom Morello and Tim Commerford looked worried about Zack for some of the set.
Rage Against The Machine is not canceling the tour despite the singer’s injury
Fans on Reddit have been discussing the matter. One of the fans posted a video clip where De La Rocha was seen sitting in the middle of the stage and performing.
Another fan, tameimpala25 stated: “Looks like he might be wearing a boot? It’s hard to tell” Taking note of that comment, one fan, mikewinsdaly replied: “If that’s the case, probably not ACL, MCL, or meniscus related. Could be a sprain, fracture, etc in the ankle or foot for sure”