New Material "Unlikely"

Reformed rap metal legends Rage Against The Machine have revealed that is is unlikely that they will record any new material.

The band split in 2000 but reformed last year to great acclaim. Rage Against The Machine headlined this year's T In The Park festival and played an utterly incredible set which included frontman Zach De La Rocha demanding that US President George Bush be indicted for war crimes.

In a rare interview, Zach De La Rocha told the Los Angeles Times that the band were unlikely to record new material. The reclusive frontman also revealed that the band are getting on better than ever "When you get older, you look back on tensions and grievances and have another perspective on it. I think our relationship now is better than it's ever been. I would even describe it as great."

Rage Against The Machine are set to play headline sets at the Reading and Leeds festivals on August 22nd and 23rd.

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