After a couple of false starts, Rage Against The Machine finally hit the stage this week in Los Angeles to record material for an upcoming live album, trotting out some choice covers for the occasion.
Rage hit the Grand Olympic Auditorium on Tuesday and Wednesday, and pulled out covers of MC5's "Kick Out The Jams," Eric B. and Rakim's "Microphone Fiend," and Devo's "Beautiful World." The band was also joined by Cypress Hill's B-Real and Sen Dog for a cover of the hip-hop group's "How I Could Just Kill A Man."
The band also pulled out a few of its own tracks and delivered a set rich with its hits.
Fans who couldn't make it out to the shows will be able to relive the experience when Rage's live album hits stores on November 21.