Last night (July 23rd), Rage Against the Machine played the second of two nights in Toronto on their "Public Service Announcement" reunion tour, and it was one for the books.
Midway through the momentous show, Zack de la Rocha, Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk tweaked the setlist with the debut of a live cover of tour openers Run the Jewels' "Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck)" — the recorded version of which includes a guest verse from de la Rocha — joined by Run the Jewels. Then, during the final song of the night, "Killing in the Name," a fan rushed the stage, and amid the chaos, security mistakenly tackled Morello, knocking him down off the front of the stage. Fortunately, the guitarist did not appear to be seriously hurt, and scrambled to his feet, pumping his fists for the exultant crowd before RATM re-started and finished the song, closing the show in triumphant fashion.
Photographer Justin Mohlman, who previously shot the band's two shows in Chicago, was there to catch all the action — see some of his standout shots below.