Geezer Butler Inadvertently Reveals RATM 'Plans'
It looks as though rap-metal pioneers Rage Against the
Machine may be getting back together this year, according
to Geezer Butler.
The news follows Geezer's recent admission that RATM drumming
colossus Brad Wilk will be filling in the vacancy
left at the drum stool by Sabbath founding member Bill
In an interview with US broadcaster and music historian
Eddie Trunk (via
Metal Insider) Butler was asked if Wilk will be joining Sabbath
on their upcoming tour of Australia, New Zealand and Japan, to
which Butler replied:
"We're not sure yet. We don't know because I think Brad's got
commitments with Rage Against The Machine. So it'll probably be
either Tommy or Brad, depending on their commitments."
In December last year (2013), RATM's Tom
Morello said the band had "no plans" to record
new material in the near future.
Watch Butler's entire interview with Eddie Trunk
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