Rage Against The Machine's Tom Morello - we've not yet forgiven him for Audioslave - has revealed his reasons behind the '90s rap-rockers reformation to MTV.
The four-piece are to play this year's Coachella Festival in California (see previous story by clicking on the link, right). Morello has said that the festival's organisers had been trying to get RATM to play "for as many years as they've had the festival". Rage broke up in 2000.
Morello went on to say that the band's reformation had a little something something to do with the political state of the nation slash world:
"Is it a coincidence that in the seven years that Rage Against The Machine has been away that the country has slid into right-wing purgatory? I think not.
"It occurred to all of us that the times were right to see if we can knock the Bush administration out in one fell swoop, and we hope to do that job well."
At the moment the Coachella show is RATM's only confirmed date.