EVANESCENCE and STONE SOUR will team up for the following Canadian dates in early January:
Jan. 05 - Bell Centre - Montreal, QC
Jan. 06 - Colisee Pepsi - Arena Quebec City, QC
Jan. 08 - Air Canada Centre - Toronto, ON
Jan. 10 - Scotiabank Place - Ottawa, ON
Jan. 13 - MTS Centre - Winnipeg, MB
Jan. 15 - Pengrowth - Calgary, AB
Jan. 16 - Rexall Place - Edmonton, AB
Jan. 18 - Pacific Coliseum - Vancouver, BC
EVANESCENCE has selected Paul Fedor (DEFTONES, ALICE IN CHAINS, ADEMA) to direct "Lithium", the second video from the band's "The Open Door" album. More information will be made available soon.
STONE SOUR is continuing to tour behind "Come What(Ever) May". As the follow-up to their four-year-old debut album, which was twice Grammy-nominated, certified gold and contained the huge rock hit "Bother", "Come What(ever) May" is filled with volatile songs that mix heaviness with sharp hooks. The songs question the motives of false prophets (the title cut), tear apart hypocrisy ("Sillyworld") and smash complacency ("30/30-150", "Hell & Consequences").
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