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Iconic Rage Against The Machine concert will be released as a film

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Rage Against the Machine hasn’t played a concert in over four years, but there’s a small new product arriving next month: a concert film.

Eagle Rock Entertainment announced Monday that Live At Finsbury Park, footage of the iconic free show that took place in London on June 6, 2010, would be released on Sept. 11 on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital platforms. In addition, extra footage and interviews will be released as well under the title, Behind The Scenes At Finsbury Park.

The performance came about after a successful campaign to push the band’s signature cut, “Killing in the Name,” to No. 1 on the UK song charts, ahead of a new X-Factor single. It ended up ruling the Christmas week charts and spurred the band to play the free show nearly six months later.

Watch a clip of that song, played in Finsbury, above. The setlist is below.

Testify
Bombtrack
People of the Sun
Know Your Enemy
Bulls on Parade
Township Rebellion
Bullet in the Head
White Riot
Guerrilla Radio
Sleep Now in the Fire
Freedom
Killing in the Name

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