Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello announces only European solo show with intimate London event

Catch 'The Atlas Underground Experience' at Bush Hall

Tom Morello has announced an intimate London event as his only European appearance of 2018. See full dates and ticket details below.

The Rage Against The MachineAudioslave and Prophets Of Rage guitarist will be bringing “a special evening of music and conversation” to mark his upcoming collaborative album ‘The Atlas Underground Experience’.

The event will be at London’s Bush Hall on Monday September 24. Tickets are on sale from 10am on Friday September 7 and will be available here.

Due for release on Friday October 12, Morello’s ‘The Atlas Underground’ features a range of collaborators including Big Boi, Killer Mike, Vic Mensa, Bassnectar, Marcus Mumford, Gary Clark Jr. and Steve Aoki.

The event at Bush Hall will see Morello talking through the making of the record and performing music.

Earlier this year, Morello opened up about the reasons behind Rage Against The Machine’s split – and any potential future they may have.

“I’ll put myself first and foremost,” he said. “It was a lack of emotional maturity in being able to deal with each other as people,” Morello said. “We had political vision and the shows never suffered, but we just couldn’t agree on stuff and that unearthed feelings that made it hard to make records.

“I think there were competing visions for what it was, should be, and competing feelings about what it was like to be in the band that we didn’t deal with.”

Rage Against The Machine

Rage Against The Machine

He added: “We had a great time – we had fun onstage and offstage. To me it felt there was a lot of camaraderie. But one of the things that helped was we took off the table everything that had been controversial before: writing music, doing interviews, having a manager – all that stuff.

“We were like, ‘We’re just not going to do that stuff. We’re going to play shows, be able to look each other in the eye and have a nice time and not any of the stuff that stirred controversy.’”