MUDVAYNE Not Quite Ready To Go Home

Launch Radio Networks reports: MUDVAYNE only has a few shows left on its current tour with KORN, after which the band may be done with the touring cycle for its third album, 2005's "Lost And Found". But while the group has been on the road for a solid year, MUDVAYNE bassist Ryan Martinie told Launch that they have mixed emotions about going home. "Oh, you know, we do our best out here and pine for the time at home, I think," he said. "No, this has been a really great run. This is our first opportunity to really play in front of the KORN fans. They're such a massive band with such a vast group of people that, you know, this is a real opportunity for us to hopefully come out here and win some fans."

MUDVAYNE, KORN and 10 YEARS play tonight (Thursday, March 30) in Chicago, Illinois.

"Lost And Found" is MUDVAYNE's third straight gold album and features the singles "Happy?" and "Fall Into Sleep".

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