Legendary rock star Jimmy Page has shared his special experience when he was attended Rage Against The Machine’s live show in Finsbury Park, UK in 2010.

Maybe, in this case, Jimmy was sending a cryptic message about possible Rage Against The Machine reunion, and giving encourage to band members for that reunion.

Here’s what Jimmy wrote:

“On this day in 2010, I went to see Rage Against The Machine in Finsbury Park, UK.
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This concert was a thank you to Rage Against The Machine’s UK fans who, through a canny Facebook campaign, had kept the X Factor record off the Number 1 spot by getting ‘Killing In the Name’ to the UK Christmas Number 1 in 2009.
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This band generated energy so intense that you could cut it with a chainsaw. This was a hardcore concert and I left with a renewed respect for the band who are: Zack de la Rocha (vocals), @tommorello(guitar), Tim Commerford (bass) and @bradwilk on drums.”

Rage Against The Machine drummer Brad Wilk has reacted to Jimmy’s statement with this comment:

“🤯😃 THIS, coming from my favorite musician who formed the greatest band of ALL TIME. ❤️🙏 🙏🙏”

A fan said:

“Jimmy page at a RATM show might be the coolest thing I’ve ever heard”

Another fan said:

“Tom Morello loves Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page loves Rage Against the Machine. The circle is complete.”

You can see the Instagram post of Jimmy Page below.