Godsmack To Headline Tour With Ill Nino, Dropbox
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Taking a break between legs of the Metallica tour, Godsmack kicks off a sold-out headline tour of their own with Ill Nino and Dropbox. Godsmack's recent release of THE OTHER SIDE, their acoustic
record, debuted last week at #5 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart. Dropbox, which is frontman Sully Erna's first signing to his new Universal imprint Realign Records, and opens all dates, is also featured on the new album with performance and co-writing credits for the song "Touche." Godsmack heads back out with Metallica, April 20 in Uniondale, NY.
Godsmack loyalists who download THE OTHER SIDE from iTunes, Napster and BuyMusic will receive Dropbox's 'Wishbone' as a bonus track. This digital value-add is the first such offer - bundling an album with a track that is already available for sale - for Universal Motown Records Group (UMRG).
Dropbox came together after Erna introduced Lee Richards, Godsmack's original guitarist, to frontman John Kosco, and they detonate April 13 with their self-titled debut, an explosive album of sprawling melodic rock delivered by a band with a deep reverence for the classics.
The Godsmack tour dates are as follows:
4/02 St Louis, MO, The Pageant
4/03 South Bend, IN, Morris Performing Arts Ctr
4/04 Toledo, OH, Toledo Sports Arena
4/05 Rochester, NY, Auditorium Theater
4/07 Albany, NY, Palace Theatre
4/08 Elmira, NY, Coach USA Center
4/09 Wilkes-Barre, NC, Wachovia Center
4/10 Atlantic City, NJ, Xanadu Theater
4/12 Springfield, MA, Hippodrome
4/13 Hershey, PA, Giant Center
4/15 Uncasville, CT, Moghegan Sun Casino Arena
4/16 Lewiston, ME, Central Maine Civic Center
4/17 Syracuse, NY, Landmark Theater
4/18 Wheeling, WV, Capitol Music Hall
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