Rage Against The Machine

Tom Morello attends the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California

Tom Morello Says a Rage Against The Machine Reunion Isn't Happening Any Time Soon

While guitarist Tom Morello is still very active as both a solo artist and in Prophets Of Rage , he’s dismissing rumors of the return of Rage Against The Machine. The political climate calls for a band like RATM to fuel change, but Morello is calling for a new band to take on the task.
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Mark McGrath

Mark McGrath Covers "Bulls On Parade" With Members of Rage Against The Machine + Red Hot Chili Peppers

It all went down at a supergroup show in L.A.
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Santana at Woodstock

Plans For 50th Anniversary Woodstock Reportedly Underway

Official announcement could be coming soon
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Tom Morello

Tom Morello Will Be Your Guitar Teacher In New 'Master Class' Series

Ladies and gentlemen, class is now in session.
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Tom Morello

Tom Morello Teases Unreleased Audioslave Music

Guitarist explains how one song went from single to discarded
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Tom Morello

EXCLUSIVE: Tom Morello Explains Tim McIlrath, Steve Aoki Collab "How Long"

Tom Morello and Tim McIlrath recently gave us an inside look their collaboration with Steve Aoki, explaining how they went from thinking of EDM as “Italian taxicab music” to loving it.
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Tom Morello

Tom Morello Pulls Fan Onstage to Play "Bulls On Parade" Following Hand Injury

Watch Tom Morello invite a fan to play Rage Against the Machine with Prophets of Rage following a hand injury.
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Darth Vader

Darth Vader Covers Rage Against The Machine To Raise Money For A New Death Star

On the streets of Melbourne, Australia, Darth Vader was spotted covering Rage Against the Machine to raise money for a new Death Star.
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Coachella

The Evolution of Coachella

It’s hard to deny that Coachella’s roots are in rock. But now that the first weekend of Coachella 2018 is in the books, it’s also hard to deny that the historically rock-oriented festival has evolved into something a bit more … overreaching.
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