Former RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE frontman Zack de la Rocha has emerged from hiding to weigh in on the band's upcoming CD and DVD, "Live at the Olympic Grand Auditorium". "After watching both the Olympic Grand Auditorium and the Democratic National Convention concert footage, I can think of no other moments in all of our 10 years as a band that captured the intensity and the intent of RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE," the singer told MTV.com. "These moments belong to our fans as much as they belong to history." The concert CD will come out November 25 and the DVD will follow December 9. De la Rocha plans to release his first solo album in 2004.
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