Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello has confirmed his final solo performance, as he has wrapped up his ‘Atlas Underground’ obligations ahead of the 2020 Rage Against The Machine reunion tour. Zack de la Rocha was called a ‘sell out’ in a photo yesterday.
Morello wrote on social media, “Colossal THANKYOU to family, friends, fans, foes & FBI agents that came to #TheAtlasUnderground LIVE tour this year. Special thanks to MVP’s @carlrestivo @deadskinboy #SlimRichardson @3chordpolitics & Ken/Nicki/Erin at Vector and our steadfast band & crew.
Also thanks to @aclu_nationwide and all our union friends who helped bring this show to life. Curating and rocking this show & tour has been one of my favorite career experiences and I’m grateful to you all.”
A Rage Against The Machine member posted a new rehearsal photo a few days ago. Fans on the Rage Against The Machine Reddit are looking into getting the band back at number 1 in the UK to celebrate their reunion. ColinG23 posted on Reddit, “What is the chance of getting RATM another Christmas No.1? In 2009 we managed to get Killing in the Name to the number 1 spot in the UK charts. With the 10 year anniversary coming up now would be a great time to celebrate with a second Christmas No.1 as a kickstart to the reunion. However, a lot has changed since 2009. What do you guys think the chance is of doing the same again in 2019?”
DillyHendrix said, “It’s been shown that with the right kind of support & for the right cause the internet can do whatever the fuck it wants. 10 years ago the cause got lots of support and I think if we can get this cause through the proper channels again, we could easily make it to number 1. However, it’s easier said than done. It would be incredible and I think we should try…”
ColinG23 responded, “Artists are already putting out new releases just in time for Christmas. Also with a new Frozen movie coming out soon it’s likely their main song would get a lot of attention! It’s not just other artists RATM would be going up against, Disney is in the fight too…” Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan revealed the bold truth about the Rage Against The Machine reunion a few days ago.