RAGE AGAINST THE Machine have dropped their 2023 North American Visit because of Zach de la Rocha's leg injury

The choice comes almost two months after the injury constrained Fury to drop their European show dates too.

De la Rocha injured his leg in July in Chicago during Rage Against the Machine’s second show on their reunion tour,

furthermore, he pushed on until the end of the band's U.S. dates, performing while at the same time staying situated for one more month and shutting at Madison Square Garden

"It's been very nearly three months since Chicago, I actually peer down at my leg In dismay," de la Rocha wrote in an explanation.

“Two years of waiting through the pandemic, hoping we would have an opening to be a band again and continue the work we started 30 some odd years ago.

De la Rocha said he has a severe achilles tear, and noted that his recuperation isn’t “simply a question of being able to perform again,

Those who purchased tickets for the North American leg, which would’ve started in New Mexico in February, will be automatically refunded, the band said.

“I hate cancelling shows. I hate disappointing our fans,” de la Rocha added before thanking the rest of Rage Against the Machine

“You have all waited so patiently to see us and that is never lost on me. I never take that for granted. For you I have the ultimate gratitude and respect.”