Rage Against the Machine is one band that has always had the energy. That claim can be backed up by this video, which sees an infant Rage tear up its first ever performance at Cal State Northridge on Oct. 23, 1991, roughly a month before their self-titled debut dropped.
They, of course, open with the now-classic "Killing in the Name," followed by all the other recognizable jams. When I had the chance to see Rage in 2007 at Rock the Bells, Zack de la Rocha and the gang sounded as angry and as tightly wound as they do here, if not more. Watch below.