Rage Against The Machine's Public Service Announcement reunion tour was originally announced in 2019 and scheduled to start in 2020 but was postponed due to the pandemic. However, the years leading up to their string of sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden were well worth the wait. The band kicked off their second night of residency with "Bombtrack" and tore through other track from their debut self-titled album, The Battle of Los AngelesEvil Empire and a cover of Bruce Springsteen's "The Ghost of Tom Joad." Vocalist Zack de la Rocha proved that even an injured leg wouldn't stand in the way of their explosive performance.

Rage Against the Machine at Madison Square Garden

Check out the band play their second show at Madison Square Garden (Aug. 9) below, taken by photographer Wes Orshoski.