Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello accidentally tackled by security at Toronto concert


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Tom Morello, lead guitarist of Los Angeles rock band Rage Against the Machinne, was accidentally tackled by a security guard chasing a fan who rushed onto the stage at a concert in Toronto on Saturday night.

Morello and the band were playing their final song, “Killing in the Name,” when a red-shirted fan jumped onstage, according to video posted online.

In the video, a security guard can be seen running after the fan, but accidentally tackling Morello – who falls from the stage – as the fan jumps and tries to escape into the crowd. Other security guards then seize the ventilator before he can escape.

The band stops the song when lead singer Zach de la Rocha, who was sitting in a chair after injuring his leg at a previous gig, notices the incident and shouts, “Wait! Wait!”

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Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello was accidentally tackled by security after a fan rushed the state during a concert in Toronto, Canada on Saturday night.
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Morello quickly gets to his feet and pumps his arms in the air towards the crowd, which gave loud cheers for the guitarist, according to video footage.

It doesn’t look like Morello was hurt when the band restarted the song to close the show.

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Earlier this month, the band returned to the stage for the first time in 11 years and spoke out against the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

During the July 9 show at the Alpine Valley Music Theater in Wisconsin, the band played multiple captions on an onstage screen blasting the high court with a caption that went so far as to suggest court elimination, the Milwaukee reported. Sentinel log at time.


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