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- Posted on Jun 8th 2010 9:30AM by Julian Marszalek
The singer was speaking to NME.com at London's Finsbury Park where Rage Against the Machine played a free gig on Sunday, June 6, in celebration of their 1992 track, 'Killing in the Name,' beating 'X Factor' winner Joe McElderry to the UK Christmas No. 1.
"I think it's a genuine possibility," said de la Rocha. "We have to get our heads around what we're going to do towards the end of the year and finish up on some other projects and we'll take it from there."
As previously reported on Spinner, the re-united agit-rockers played a free 'thank you' gig for British fans after a Facebook campaign was launched last December to send Rage Against the Machine to the top of the UK charts at Christmas in an effort to prevent an 'X Factor' winner gaining pole position for the fifth year running. The series' 2009 victor, Joe McElderry, found himself in the No. 2 slot after being a fierce chart battle.