Rage To Be Immortalised

Rap-rockers RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE are to be brought back to life with the release of a new album and DVD documenting their final live shows.

LIVE AT THE OLYMPIC AUDITORIUM, released in America on 18 November (03), was recorded in Los Angeles in September 2000, just one month before frontman ZACH DE LA ROCHA quit the group.

The gig saw the band perform tracks from their own back-catalogue in addition to hits from the likes of MC5, CYPRESS HILL, DEVO and ERIC B + RAKIM.

31/08/2003 10:46

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Tags: Rage Against The Machine - Cypress Hill - Devo - Rakim

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