Rage Against The Machine Recalls The Band’s Meaningful Day

One of the greatest rock bands of all time, Rage Against The Machine, has just updated its social channels to remember the band’s first-ever recorded performance day and took fans back to 1991.

As many of you agree, the first-ever performance is one of the most important moments of most bands. October 23rd, 1991, is an important date for Rage Against The Machine, which was formed in Los Angeles in 1991, because they played its first-ever public performance for a free concert in the quadrant of California State University, Northridge.

Recently, the band sent a video of the performance to remember those epic moments and took fans back to its first-ever performance. When the rap-metal giants were playing their show, people mesmerized performance and enjoyed it.

“First ever recorded performance of Rage Against The Machine,” they wrote in the social media caption. “California State University in Northridge, California. 29 years ago today.”

Back in 2019, Rage Against The Machine announced its reunion with a special tour following 8-year hiatus. But due to the coronavirus pandemic, although the tour scheduled to kick off at Don Haskins Center in El Paso on March 26, 2020, the band was forced to postpone its reunion tour to 2021.

Click here to watch first-ever recorded performance of Rage Against The Machine.

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