For health reasons, Zack de la Rocha cannot travel to Europe. Therefore, Rage Against The Machine is canceling all local shows.
08/12/2022, 10:45 AM08/12/2022, 13:32
Struck: Zach de la Rocha.Photo: cornerstone
Rage against the machine among other things Instagram And on their homepage, they canceled all upcoming shows of their Europe tour. Looks like Frontman Zack de la Rocha has come up with it health to fight. Therefore, doctors advised him to cancel concerts scheduled for August and September in several European countries.
“Deeply disappointed,” the band members said in the post. Although the band still wants to give concerts at Madison Square Garden in New York on August 11, 12 and 14, Zac de la Rocha will have to go home to recover. “Flights, travel time and strict schedule in Great Britain And Europe poses a very high risk to a full recovery.”
The band did not provide any other information about the singer’s health. “We are so sorry to all of our fans who have waited years to see us,” said singer and guitarist Tom Morello, bassist Tim Commerford and drummer Brad Wilk.
The band was in July in United State In the original lineup they gave their first live show in about eleven years. Rage Against The Machine is tentatively planned for a UK release at the end of August France to play. The band was to perform in Hanover on September 3rd, at September 5 in Zurich and on September 13 in Vienna. Shows are also planned in Belgium, Spain, Poland, Croatia and the Czech Republic. Upcoming concerts will not be until February, March and April 2023 in the USA.
The four members of the band are between 52 and 58 years old and have been composing music since 1991 Music. For over 30 years, Californians have been inspiring audiences with political lyrics, personality and an unmistakable vocal mix of metal, hip-hop, punk, funk and alternative rock.
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