DAMAGEPLAN, DROWNING POOL: Post-'Headbanger's Ball Tour' Dates Announced
DAMAGEPLAN and DROWNING POOL will be teaming up for several dates in May following the completion of the two group's current "Headbanger's Ball Tour". Confirmed dates are as follows (according to Damageplan.com):
May 08 - Graceland – Seattle, WA
May 09 - Croation Cultural Center – Vancouver, BC
May 11 - Starlite Room – Edmonton, AB
May 12 - MacEwan Hall – Calgary, AB
May 14 - The Big Easy – Spokane, WA
May 15 - The Big Easy – Boise, ID
May 16 - In The Venue - Salt Lake City, UT
May 17 - Ogden Theater – Denver, CO
DROWNING POOL's sophomore album, "Desensitized", is scheduled for release on April 20 through Wind-Up Records. The CD was produced by Johnny K (DISTURBED, SOIL, FINGER ELEVEN) and marks the group's first release with frontman Jason "Gong" Jones, who joined the band last summer following the tragic death of Dave Williams in August 2002.
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