Rage Against The Machine drummer Brad Wilk has revealed how he deals with haters, as there has been some backlash to the Rage Against The Machine reunion tour with a surprising ban.
“For it is easy to criticize and break down the spirit of others, but to know yourself takes a lifetime.”
Actor Breckin Meyer commented, “I don’t wanna criticize but…um…there’s a very small motorcycle on your left shoulder. It’s not a big deal and it’s probably nothing but I’d get it looked at by a doctor. Just to be sure.”
The_bearded_bungholio commented, “To know yourself in this ever changing evolving world that is moving at such a fast pace is a very difficult thing to do and keep your head in a good place. Throw children into the mix that you need to guide towards a better future in an upside down world can leave you thinking WTF.”
A Rage Against The Machine and System of a Down tour is rumored. Jvromeo8 wrote, “I’m definitely more judgmental of others when struggling with an inner conflict. It’s a good indicator to try again. Knowing oneself involves a whole lot of unlearning.”
Wilk praised another legendary musician in a new post as well, “Soul filling…. @Nina Simone performing ‘Eretz Zavat Chalav U’dvash’ in 1962 with Al Schackman on guitar, Chris White on bass, Montego Joe on djembe, and Bobbie Hamilton on drums.”
Michelemeow commented, “Spoke about her yesterday! Woke up thinking about her! Now I see this! Nina simone will be blasting in my house!”