MY RUIN, the Los Angeles-based band fronted by ex-TURA SATANA singer Tairrie B., have been added as direct support to SOIL's U.S. tour. Commented Tairrie, "We're looking forward to playing with SOIL and not only seeing some familiar faces but making new fans and friends while on the road in support of our new record. Although we were added last minute, we're thrilled to be included and can't wait for everyone to see us live."
MY RUIN supporting SOIL:
Mar. 03 - House of Blues – Lake Buena Vista, FL
Mar. 04 - State Theater – St. Petersburg, FL
Mar. 06 - Ground Zero – Spartanburg, SC
Mar. 08 - The Norva – Norfolk, VA
Mar. 09 - Fletcher's – Baltimore, MA
Mar. 10 - Monkey Bar – Huntington, WV
Mar. 12 - Top Kats – Cincinnati, OH
Mar. 13 - The Odeon – Cleveland, OH
Mar. 14 - Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
Mar. 17 - Ushaia – Orono, ME
Mar. 18 - Bombshelter – Manchester, NH
Mar. 19 - Rockpile – Saugus, MA
Mar. 20 - Sports Rock – Bristol, CT
Mar. 22 - Metro – Chicago, IL
Mar. 24 - The Quest -- Minneapolis, MN
Mar. 25 - The Rave – Milwaukee, WI
Mar. 26 - Annex – Madison, WI
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