November 19 [12:15 EDT] -- Rage Against The Machine will be joining Bush, No Doubt, and the Ramones on the shelves of your local video store this holiday season.
As we reported previously, all four bands have home videos coming out in time for Chrismas. The Rage video, due out next week, features concert footage from the 1994 Pink Pop festival in the Netherlands, uncensored versions of Rage videos like "Killing In The Name Of," and "Bulls On Parade" live in Germany last year. It also contains live footage of non-album tunes including "Zapata's Blood," Rage's cover of Bruce Springsteen's "The Ghost Of Tom Joad" (see "Rage Record Springsteen Ballad"), and a 1996 performance of "Know Your Enemy" from England's Reading Festival.
In other RATM news, frontman Zack De la Rocha recently remixed a track for the Los Angeles rap trio The Alkaholics, off their next album, "Contents Unda Pressure." In Addition to doing a remix, he also
played bass and drums on the track titled "Liquidation."