Rage Against The Machine tipped to play even more gigs on their 2020 reunion tour
The played Ireland quite a few times before. Here's hoping they return.
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Well, as confirmed last week, Rage Against The Machine are about to drop bombtracks throughout 2020 because the iconic band from LA are reuniting for a series of gigs.
Zack de La Rocha and co. confirmed the exciting news via an Instagram post which included details of five upcoming gigs - El Paso, Las Cruces, Phoenix, and two gigs in California - one of which is a headlining slot at Coachella.
However, they're reported to be 'Killing In the Name Of' around the globe too.
The band, who last played together in 2011, will play handful of U.S. shows in spring 2020, but Consequence of Sound have reported that these gigs are just a precursor of what's to come.
They state that: "Further shows are planned beyond these initial dates, industry sources tell Consequence of Sound, but details are still forthcoming."
In terms of the band's previous reunion tours, this schedule fits as they played seven gigs in North America before embarking on the New Zealand/Australian/Japan leg of their tour, then the European one.
Their North American tour started in April, 2007 and they landed in Ireland to play Oxegen on July 13, 2008. Their gig at Punchestown was the last one of their European dates.
RATM returned to play The Point in 2010 too.
At present, the five dates in the US are the only gigs that the band have announced, but here's hoping that they follow the same route as their last reunion tour.