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Entertainment Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello hails Zack de la Rocha as 'punk rock James Brown'

11:27  20 october  2021
11:27  20 october  2021 Source:   bangshowbiz.com

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Tom Morello has had the honor of playing guitar with two of modern rock ' s most iconic frontmen, but in a new chat with Revolver' s Fan First podcast, the Rage Against the Machine sonic architect singled out his band' s rapper, Zack de la Rocha , as the all-time best. He’ s the punk rock James Brown ," Morello said of the reclusive de la Rocha , who left Rage in late 2000 and has mostly stayed out of the public eye amid sporadic reports about a long-rumored solo project that has reportedly included contributions from DJ Shadow, Roots drummer Questlove and NIN' s Trent Reznor, among many others.

Rage Against The Machine ' s Zack de la Rocha and Tom Morello onstage in 2011 CREDIT: Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images. The guitarist praised his Rage Against The Machine bandmate during a recent edition of Revolver‘s Fan First podcast, which was released last week (October 11). “In my opinion, [ Zack is] the greatest frontman of all time,” Morello said. “He’s the punk rock James Brown . There’s no one in the history of Western music that has the sort of the totality of spiritual commitment onstage and in the studio as that guy.”

Tom Morello has described Zack de la Rocha as "the punk rock James Brown".

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The Rage Against The Machine guitarist has hailed his bandmate as "the greatest frontman of all time" as he paid tribute to the 'Killing In The Name'

singer's "brilliant intellect" and talent.

Speaking on the 'Revolver's Fan First' podcast, he said: "In my opinion, [Zack is] the greatest frontman of all time. He’s the punk rock James Brown.

"There’s no one in the history of Western music that has the sort of the totality of spiritual commitment onstage and in the studio as that guy.


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Rage Against the Machine is the debut studio album by American rock band Rage Against the conscious debut" and de la Rocha "a bona fide star who combines on stage a Bob Marley-like All tracks are written by Rage Against the Machine (Tim Commerford, Zack de la Rocha , Tom Morello

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"And it’s matched with a brilliant intellect, and he’s a tremendous musician as well, and it’s really an unbelievable combination. [I] just feel fortunate to be in a band with him.”

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The guitarist praised his Rage Against the Machine bandmate during a recent edition revolver‘ s fan first podcast, which was released last week (October 11). “in my opinion, [ Zack is] Greatest frontman ever,” Morello said. “He’ s punk rock James Brown . There is no one in the history of Western music who has as much of a spiritual commitment as the man on Meanwhile, Rage Against the Machine is set to begin its COVID-delayed reunion tour next spring. Supported by Run the Jewels, RATM will return to the stage on March 31, 2022 in El Paso, Texas. He has not performed live since 2011.

During a conversation with Revolver, Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello talked about Chris Cornell and working with the late Soundgarden frontman in Audioslave. When asked, "What did Chris bring to you, when did he bring you things, and what did he need from you? He'll live forever, at least he'll live forever on some level. What about Zach [ de la Rocha , the RATM singer]? "In my opinion, he' s the greatest frontman of all time. He' s the punk - rock James Brown . There' s no one in the history of Western music that has the sort of the totality of spiritual commitment on stage and in the studio is

Morello also praised late Audioslave frontman Chris Cornell and his "ability to craft beautiful and ferocious melody out of the ether".

Recalling their work together on Audioslave's self-titled debut, he added: "I remember making that first [Audioslave] record [self-titled] with Rick Rubin.

“And Rick‘s like, ‘You don’t understand how lucky you got. I work with a ton of vocalists and it’s difficult to make a great melody. And this guy is just throwing them right and left!' ”

Meanwhile, Morello previously opened up on his experience on the road with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, and even after learning 250 songs for his first tour he still felt unprepared.

He said: "The E Street Band was one of the greatest live rock bands in the world for 40 years before I played with them, so my main job was not to ruin a perfectly good thing.

"I learned 250 songs before departing for the first tour, so I guess that would be the induction. And still it wasn't enough.

"Bruce would often surprise us by taking requests from the crowd - and sometimes they weren't even Bruce Springsteen songs. When we were in Australia, we played songs by INXS, the Bee Gees..."

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