Jan. 15 [12:00 EST] -- Rather than rest on the laurels of their recent commercial breakthrough, Thrashabilly veterans Social Distortion are back at work with another tour, and a new video.
Social D. recently wrapped filming on the video for "When the Angels Sing," the next single from their 1996 release "White Light, White Heat, White Trash." The clip, the follow-up to their hit "I Was Wrong," was directed by noted music video auteur Nigel Dick.
The band also jumped into the second leg of their U.S. tour on Monday at Seattle's Moore Theater, and won't rest until they hit Tuscaloosa, Alabama on February 15.
This time out, Social Distortion is supported by white trash punks the Supersuckers and the Swingin' Utters.
Here's the itinerary:
1/16 - Fresno, CA: Rainbow Ballroom 1/17 - Ventura, CA: Ventura Theatre 1/18 - Ventura, CA: Ventura Theatre 1/19 - Pomona, CA: Glass House 1/22 - Albequerque, NM: The Zone 1/24 - Tulsa, OK: Cains Ballroom 1/25 - Columbia,
MO: Blue Note 1/27 - Omaha, NE: Sokol Hall 1/28 - Milwaukee, WI: The Rave 1/30 - Grand Rapids, MI: Orbit Room 1/31 - Cincinnati, OH: Bogart's 2/1 - Columbus, OH: Newport Music Hall 2/2 - Pittsburgh, PA: Metropol 2/4 - Syracuse, NY: Atlantis 2/5 - Buffalo, NY: Ogden Concert Hall 2/7 - Providence, RI: The Strand 2/8 - Boston, MA: Avalon 2/9 - Danbury, CT: Tuxedo Junction 2/10 - Lancaster, PA: Chameleon 2/12 - Washington, D.C.: Capitol Ballroom 2/15 - Tuscaloosa, AL: Foster Auditorium (University of Alabama)