The trek new begins July 27 with a gig at Costa Mesa, Calif’s Pacific Amphitheatre followed by San Diego’s Street Scene festival July 29, and then heads to Mexico for three shows August 3-7.

The group will jet back to the U.S. for performances at Underground Atlanta August 13 and NYC’s Randall Island for the AmsterJam mash-up concert August 20.

The seven-city European leg kicks off October 12 at the U.K.’s Apollo Manchester and hits six stops before wrapping up at Usher Hall in Edinburgh, Scotland, October 23.

Garbage’s brush with rock star burnout has re-inspired the group to take its patented sound to the next level, technically and artistically.

Vig told Chartattack that fear was a motivator in the band’s creative resurgence.

“When we got back together we felt a sense of desperation, like we were losing this band and we had to play as if our lives depended on it.”