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The legendary Calif. rock band will never play live again.

Arts and EntertainmentThe legendary Calif. rock band will never play live again.

Rage Against the Machine performs during the "Rock The Bells" Tour in San Francisco.

Rage Against the Machine formed in Los Angeles in 1991 and became renowned for its anarchic stage presence, radical lyricism and rhythmic fusion of hardcore, funk and hip-hop. A lot of people are waiting for us to announce new tour dates for all the canceled shows that were pushed back due to the Pandemic and delayed further when vocalist Zack de la Rocha tore his bicep. The band tried to keep the show going with de la Rocha, but the severity of his injury forced them to cancel all of the remaining dates. "I don't want to string people or myself along any further." "I want to let you know that we won't be touring or playing live again." I am sorry for those of you who have been waiting for this to happen. Their debut album, "Rage Against the Machine," was a critical and commercial hit and featured hits such as "Killing in the Name" and "Bombtrack". Their second and third albums, "Evil Empire" and "The Battle of Los Angeles," both topped the U.S. charts, but the band dissolved over creative differences in 2000. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted the band into its ranks last November.

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