The members of Rage Against the Machine have had their side projects throughout the years as outlets for their individual creativity, such as Zack de la Rocha‘s One Day as a Lion and Tom Morello‘s Nightwatchman, not to mention Audioslave and the new Prophets of Rage. Despite brief hiatuses in the late 2000’s, the band has maintained an ever-busy tour schedule in their individual right which is perhaps as active now as it was in the band’s early days. Known for tirelessly playing festivals in the ’90s and early 2000s, they have returned on the circuit seemingly more active than ever. Not only will they be headlining Coachella 2020, but they are now embarking on a complete reunion with the “Public Service Announcement” Tour featuring Killer Mike and El-P‘s Run The Jewels. There will be stops around the world in at least 40 cities, including shows at Madison Square Garden for more than one night, Boston Calling Music Festival, Firefly Festival, and Leeds Festival with additional stops in Berlin, Prague, and Krakow, Poland. In addition to this, Rage will also be beginning their tour stops at cities along the Mexican-American border to generate awareness and fundraise for charities and awareness related to the refugee crises.