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Rage Against the Machine embarks on global reunion tour that kicks off in El Paso & Las Cruces

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Zack de la Rocha of Rage Against The Machine performs in this file photo.

EL PASO, Texas -- Two decades after last touring the U.S., the reunited Rage Against the Machine will be roaring back onto the country’s concert stages as part of a world tour that will kick off March 26 at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso, followed by the Pan Am Center in Las Cruces on March 28.

All tickets for both shows will go on sale at 11 a.m. Thursday at all the usual Ticketmaster outlets, online and via the Ticketmaster mobile app. There are no pre-sale windows.

All proceeds from the concerts in El Paso and La Cruces “will go to immigrant rights” efforts, the band said in a statement.

The iconic Los Angeles band broke onto the national radar in the mid-1990s with a hard-hitting amalgam of hip-hop, funk and metal, releasing four critically-acclaimed albums before disbanding in 2000.

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  1. My son brought up the fact that these semi talented guys preach and sing about be socialists and how they hate the “system” and what it stands for, they should be playing for free instead of being capitalistic pigs that they have such a hate for

  2. And the Che Guevara shirts the wear, those pea brains might not realize that POS would kill them first. Do they realize Che used to half load his .38 rounds and belly shoot people so they would die slowly? Idiots and the dummies that paid $125 a ticket don’t realize this? Like I said…Dummies

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