SOiL To Tour The UK With Original Vocalist Ryan McCombs
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Chicago based hard rock outfit SOiL has announced that it will be embarking on a co-headlining tour of the United Kingdom this October with Puddle Of Mudd, during which the band will be joined by its first vocalist Ryan McCombs. McCombs recorded three albums with SOiL ("Throttle Junkies," "Scars" and "Redefine.") before leaving the group in 2004, joining Texas based alternative metal band Drowning Pool a year later.
"The UK has always been a true home for Soil" states bassist Tim King. "To also have Ryan (McCombs) singing and to be sharing the stage with Puddle Of Mudd will be something special for both us and the fans.”
“After the fantastic reception we got at Download this year, we’re excited to be coming back for our first proper UK run in years,” commented Puddle Of Mudd lead guitarist Paul Phillips. “We played a bunch of shows back in the day with SOiL so it’s gonna be nice to be on the road with them for this run.”
The tour dates are as follows:
October 14 - London, England - Electric Ballroom
October 15 - Conventry, England - Kasbah
October 16 - Wrexham, Wales - Central Station
October 18 - Glasgow, Scotland - The Garage
October 19 - Middlesbrough, England - Empire
October 21 - York, England - Fibbers
October 22 - Peterborough, England - Club Revolution
October 23 - Manchester, England - Moho Live
October 25 - Sheffield, England - Corporation
October 26 - Cardiff, Wales - The Coal Exchange
October 27 - Norwich, England - Waterfront
October 28 - Southampton, England - Talking Heads
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