A big statement for Rage Against the Machine fans
He has spoken with such eloquence in the form of Rage Against the Machine.
The band has built a loyal following not just by playing a variety of intense rock and roll tracks,
but also through making powerful socially conscious assertions.
Rage Against the Machine recently joined forces for a tour reunion that has already made headlines.
The band recently stepped out of the gates and made a statement regarding Roe v. Wade. Supreme Court Roe v. Wade decision.
Guitarist Tom Morello, Drummer Brad Wilk, vocalist Jack de la Rocha and bassist
Tim Comerford released the first Rage Against the Machine studio album in the year 1992.
The group also began to make public statements during the shows they played.