Zack De La Rocha Suffers A Leg Injury During Rage Against The Machine Show

Recently Rage Against The Machine vocalist Zack De La Rocha struggled with a leg injury during the band’s show in Chicago last night.

In 2019, Rage Against The Machine announced they would have a reunion in 2020 for their first shows together in nine years, including the performances at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. In February 2020, the band informed the audience that they would hit the road for a worldwide reunion tour named ‘Public Service Announcement.’

After completing several shows of the first leg, they had to postpone the remaining dates because of the regulations due to COVID-19. Although they initially announced they would continue the tour in 2021, they had to delay it to the spring and summer of 2022.

The band is recently on the highly anticipated tour and has special moments with the fans during this reunion tour. While they were on stage at the United Center in Chicago last night, it took attention that La Rocha hurt his leg jumping during the performances.

When they took a break before playing ‘Testify,’ the vocalist talked about his leg’s status. The rocker stated that he did not understand what had happened to his leg. However, De La Rocha did not even consider leaving the stage and expressed his excitement about this show.

Zack De La Rocha said in his words during the show:

“I don’t know what happened to my leg right now. Straight up, but you know what? We’re going to keep this f*cking sh*t going. I can crawl across this stage. We’re going to play for you all tonight.”

Rage Against The Machine will continue to take the stage during this United States reunion tour and finish in Madison Square Garden in New York. After they go to Europe, they will return to the US to schedule new dates for 2023.