Rage Against the Machine to Reunite
Left wing political rockers Rage Against the Machine are set to make a comeback
According to the LA Times, Rage Against the Machine will reunite to play the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival at the end of April this year.
The charismatic lead of Rage, Zach de la Rocha left the band in 2000, citing creative differences. De la Rocha has since pursued a solo career, while the rest of the band welcomed Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and formed Audioslave.
The festival will also be featuring The Chilli's and Bjork as headliners, while The Arctic Monkeys, Lily Allen, The Kooks, The Good The Bad and The Queen, Amy Winehouse and The Happy Mondays are a part of a long list of fantastic support acts.
Another band that are reuniting for the gig are Aussie outfit Crowded House, the 80's smothies whose hits include 'Don't Dream it's Over' and 'Weather With You.'
Tickets go on sale this Saturday (Jan 27)at 10am Pacific Standard time, which is 6pm over here.
A full lineup can be found by going to www.coachella.com and one look at it will be enough to set any music lover to the task of talking over 'possibilities' with their bank manager