As previously announced, Rage Against the Machine are back together and they will be back on the stage two decades after their last tour.
Now, the band has announced the tour dates and fans who were afraid the tour will be limited can finally breathe. The tour will begin in El Paso, Texas on March 26th and the band will perform across the US until August. They will then cross the Atlantic to headline the Leeds and Reading festival in the UK on August 28th and August 30th. From there they will continue to tour Europe and will perform in France, Ireland, Germany, the Czech Republic, and Poland.
Rage Against the Machine released four critically acclaimed albums in the 1990s before they disbanded in 2000. Then, guitarist Tom Morello, bassist Tim Commerford, and drummer Brad Wilk teamed up with Chris Cornell to form Audioslave and later with rappers Chuck D and B-Real to form Prophets of rage.