Drummer Brad Wilk confirmed Rage Against The Machine's end, announcing the discontinuation of the "Public Service Announcement" tour and any future engagements.

Wilk addressed the expectation for rescheduled RATM shows, apologizing for prolonging hopes but definitively stating the band—comprising Tim, Zack, Tom, and himself—won't tour or perform live.

The band's 2022 reunion ended abruptly due to Zack de la Rocha's Achilles tendon injury during the Chicago tour, leading to tour cancellation.

Zack de la Rocha skipped the band's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, leaving Tom Morello as the sole attendee.

Morello expressed varying opinions within the band regarding the Rock Hall induction, emphasizing celebrating fans as the band's driving force.

Morello hailed fans as the band's "fifth member," urging them to carry forward the band's mission and message.

De la Rocha's injury during the tour affected the band's ability to complete scheduled performances, leading to the eventual cancellation of subsequent dates.

Wilk's note provided a definitive end, sparing fans from false hopes and ensuring closure for the band's chapter.