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Rage Against The Machine not likely to reunite, Wilk says

Rage Against The Machine not likely to reunite, Wilk says

BRAD WILK:Brad Wilk performs with Sound City Players at the Hollywood Palladium on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2012 in Los Angeles. Photo: Associated Press/ John Shearer/Invision

Black Sabbath’s stand-in drummer Brad Wilk fears his rock act Rage Against The Machine have played their last gig.

Wilk has not performed with Tom Morello and his bandmates since 2011 and now the rocker has told fans there are no plans to play together again.

He tells ThePulseOfRadio, “As far as I know, we played our last show in 2011… and if that was our last show, that’s a good way to go out. I had, sort of, had to put it in my head that that band is over in order for me to just move on with my life, to be honest with you, so that’s kind of where that lies.”

Morello told NME.com last year that RATM’s future was “unknown”, revealing there were no plans to record new material: “When bands make albums it’s because everybody wants to, and that’s not the case with Rage Against The Machine at the moment.”

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