After announcing a string of reunion shows, Rage Against the Machine have unveiled a full tour. Featuring support from Run the Jewels, they kick things off next month in El Paso, Texas and currently wrap up in Krakow, Poland in September. Their "Public Serve Announcement Tour" itinerary also includes a headlining slot at Coachella. Proceeds from the band's shows in El Paso, Phoenix, and La Cruses will go to immigrant rights efforts, the band announced in a statement, according to the Detroit Free Press. Proceeds will go toward different activist groups in other cities.
According to a press release, Run the Jewels' return to the road will accompany the release of their long-awaited new album Run the Jewels 4. It was recorded at Rick Rubin's Shangri-La Studios as well as Electric Lady in New York. While a specific date has not yet been confirmed, it is due for release this spring.
The tour will arrive in Europe in late August for performances at this year's Leeds and Reading festivals on August 28 and August 30, before heading to continental Europe for six further shows, climaxing at Vienna Stadthalle in Austria on September 12.