RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE guitarist Tom Morello has posted a new video clip in which he answers fan-submitted questions as his alter ego THE NIGHTWATCHMAN. Check it out below.
The deluxe-edition reissue of RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE's classic 1992 self-titled debut came out on November 27, complete with unreleased demos and tons of live material.
"Rage Against The Machine XX", as the new reissue is called, was made available in three versions: a regular single disc, a two-CD/one-DVD package, and a deluxe box set featuring the CDs, two DVDs, the album on vinyl picture disc, plus a 40-page booklet and a double-sided poster.
The first CD features three hard-to-find B-sides along with the original album, while the second CD contains the rare, original RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE 1991 demo tape that helped land the group their record deal with Sony.
The first DVD contains RAGE's free concert in Finsbury Park on June 2010. Also included are music videos and other live concert performance clips. The second DVD features RAGE's first public performance ever at Cal State North Ridge in October 1991, plus various rare early concert clips.
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE disbanded in 2000 but reunited in 2007 and has played sporadic live shows ever since. Summer 2011's L.A. Rising festival was RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE's last live appearance to date.
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