Rage Against The Machine Concerts Tickets

Rage Against The Machine are undoubtably one of the most famous Metal bands of all time.

With their infusion of Rap and Funk, they took over the music scene in the early 1990s with their explosive sound and have stayed in the spotlight ever since.

Some of their biggest anthems include; 'Testify', 'Wake Up' and their biggest track to date 'Killing In The Name' among so many others.

As a revolutionary political group, Rage Against The Machine have gained a legendary reputation and given their fans a place to fully express themselves during their live concerts!

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About Rage Against The Machine

Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Rage Against The Machine or Rage quickly became one of the biggest American rock bands to come out of the unforgettable decade for alternative music - the 1990s. 

With their huge impact on the music scene right from the beginning of their career, Rage gravitated towards international status and now with solid success behind them - it's hard to find anyone who doesn't know of their name.

Rage is led by Zack de la Rocha on vocals and his voice is unmistakable and very much defines the sound of the band. Along with the added stylistics from bassist and backing vocalist Tim Commerford, guitarist Tom Morello and drummer Brad Wilk.

Together they have stormed the world with their powerful soundscape of heavy metal instrumentation along with rap metal and funk influences throughout. Their music has gained a wide spread following across the planet.

From their early days they showcased their creativity and it wasn't long until people caught wind of their music. After their first debut album release, Rage recieved incredible feedback and secured a slot at the Lollapalooza Festival and by the early 2000s they gained worldwide popularity which has stayed with them ever since.

Now Rage Against The Machine are still one of the most popular acts to catch live when they're in town or performing on a festival stage, their songs have become legendary in themselves and their epic status carries on throughout the years.


Breakthrough years

In 1992, Rage Against The Machine dropped their debut self-titled album to the world, with it's biggest single of 'Killing In The Name' fronting their success, which has become their most popular song to date.

The band were transformed from the underground to the mainstream within just one year of their formation and the track was played continuously across radio stations.

As their music fits so perfectly with Sci-Fi and Action movies, Rage started to appear on movie soundtracks. First in Higher Learning with "Year of tha Boomerang" quickly followed with "No Shelter" on the Godzilla soundtrack and around the same time the band worked on recording the song "Darkness" for The Crow.

In 1996, Rage were back with their second album release Evil Empire which topped the Billboard 200 charts and gave them even more of a platform to create, record and perform.

Throughout the next few years, Rage Against The Machine headed out on several tours, performing on some of the biggest stages, including their breakthrough concert at Lollapalooza. 

With dates booked along side Wu-Tang Clan and The Roots, Rage gained a huge following across the US, Japan and Europe as people were starting to understand and fall in love with their unique blend of genres and distinctive Rage Against The Machine style.

By 1999, Rage were instantly recognizable and with the release of their third studio album, The Battle of Los Angeles they topped all of their previous success with a number one hit. The record sold over 450,000 copies within just it's first week of it's release and later gained a double-platinum accreditation.

As their movie soundtracks had already become iconic, The Matrix series picked up on their songs "Wake Up" and "Calm Like a Bomb" and featured them in the first two movies and it's now hard to imagine The Matrix without the soundtrack from Rage Against The Machine as the two go hand in hand.

By the early 2000s, Rage Against The Machine were one of the most popular bands in the rock and metal genres, both to listen to and see live. In 2003, Rolling Stone listed The Battle of Los Angeles in their 500 greatest albums of all time - proving just how far this Californian band had come.


Hiatus and Reunion

In 2000 Rage Against The Machine were back on the charts with their forth album release, Renegade which stood out from their previous records as it showcased cover versions of songs from the likes of; Cypress Hill, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan.

As Renegade gained platinum success, Rage recorded plenty of live video performances that have gone down in history.

After a solid ten years of releasing their studio material and touring the world, Rage Against The Machine slowed down and by 2005 the band had taken a break for the time being. 

But it didn't take long for Rage to reunite and in 2007 rumors were confirmed for their return to the stage at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. Although this performance became a kind of one off, Zack del la Rocha spoke of a "genuine possibility" of new material in 2010, following up from their 2000 record Renegades, 10 years after it was released. Zack continued with "I think it's a genuine possibility, We have to get our heads around what we're going to do towards the end of the year and finish up on some other projects and we'll take it from there."

Between 2010 - 2015, Rage Against The Machine were back on the road, touring across Europe and the US and the band took to the stage at some of the biggest rock festivals in the UK including their stop off at Download and a free concert in Finsbury Park, London.


2019 - now: Second Reunion and Tours

2019 saw the second return of Rage Against The Machine and the band reunited for their first performances in nine years...

The group performed once again at 2020's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and set out to head out on the road for an extensive worldwide tour in 2020, marking their first full tour in 20 years. With rap duo Run The Jewels set to support on their tour, their upcoming dates became explosive news.

With the outbreak of the coronavirus in 2020, Rage Against The Machine moved their tour dates to the summer of 2021, giving fans even more chances to see them perform. 

With so much hype surrounding Rage once again and almost thirty years since Rage Against The Machine first begun, there's no doubt in mind it will be a tour to remember. 

Rage Against The Machine have gained so much respect and attention on the music scene throughout the last three decades, known for the sheer passion and intense amount of energy that they bring to each and every stage they take to - they are still as popular as ever. 

Their impact on music history has been out of this world, with every single Rage Against The Machine Album making to the top 30 of Applie Music's Rock Albums chart. 

- If you love Rage Against The Machine or just love Rock and Metal music don't miss out on the chance to see them live on their upcoming tour dates!


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