For the first time in fourteen years, Rage Against the Machine performs “Born of a Broken Man.”
As part of their ongoing ‘Public Service Announcement’ tour across North America with Run The Jewels, the band played at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse arena in the city on Wednesday night (July 27).
Rage played a total of 18 songs during their set, and they closed it out with “Born of a Broken Man,” which is included on their third studio album, “The Battle of Los Angeles” (1999). According to Setlist.FM, this was the first time the song had been performed live since 2008.
You may watch a video of Rage Against the Machine that was captured by a fan here:
RATM and their tour companions Run The Jewels collaborated once more during this show to perform a joint version of the song “Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck),” which was performed at another point in the show. The song is featured on RTJ’s second album, titled “Run The Jewels 2,” which was released in 2014, and it features Zack de la Rocha, the lead singer of Rage.
Rage played their song “No Shelter” for the first time in 15 years during their second stop in Chicago during their current tour.
The following month, they will go to the United Kingdom to perform at a massive outdoor event in Edinburgh, which will be followed by them headlining Reading and Leeds 2022. Tickets for RATM’s forthcoming shows can be purchased here (in the UK) and here (North America).
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