October 4, 2022

Rage Against the Machine have had a bumpy start to their long-awaited reunion tour. Earlier this month at their Chicago gig, vocalist Zack de la Rocha appeared to injure his leg and has been performing while seated ever since. Now, guitarist Tom Morello has suffered a bit of a tumble, as TMZ and Rolling Stone point out. Last night (July 23), during the band’s show in Toronto, a security guard was apparently chasing down a man who had rushed onto the stage. As the security guard tackled the stage crasher, he also made contact with Morello, knocking the guitarist down as the band performed “Killing in the Name.”

De la Rocha briefly stopped the show, saying, “hold up, hold up, hold up” as he waited to see if Morello was ok. Morello was then helped to his feet and returned to his post onstage. The crowd cheered and the band continued performing. Watch a clip of the snafu below.

During their first reunion gig in Wisconsin, Rage Against the Machine shared multiple messages on the massive screen behind them, including the words “Abort the Supreme Court.” The band previously pledged to donate nearly half a million dollars to reproductive rights organizations in Wisconsin and Illinois. The funds—$475,000, to be exact—were raised from the sale of charity tickets for their Wisconsin and Illinois shows earlier this month.

Pitchfork has reached out to a representative for the band for more information.

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