Latin Rock Grammy Winners Los Fabulosos Cadillacs To Tour

Genre-hopping Argentine sextet's 18-date October trek for album that follows 1998 U.S. breakthrough, Fabulosos Calavera.

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, winners of the first-ever Grammy for Latin

Rock, have announced 18 U.S. tour dates in support of their new album,

La Marcha del Golazo Solitario ("The March of the Solitary Goal"),

due in stores Tuesday.

Known for their genre-hopping style, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs blend

Latin horns, ska, funk and even death metal, often in the same song.

After more than 10 years and 10 albums, the band finally received

mainstream U.S. recognition when its most recent album, Fabulosos

Calavera, received its Grammy.

La Marcha will include the tracks "La Vida," "C.J.," "Los

Condenaditos," "Cebolla, el Nadador," "Vos Sabes," "Piraña,"

"Todos los Argentinos Somos D.T.," "El Baile de la Mar," "Roble," "La

Rosca," "La Marcha del Golazo Solitario," "Aguila," "Salvador y los

Cordones Flojos," "Necesito una Nariz de Payaso, No Me Prestas la

Tuya ...?" "Negra," "57 Almas" and "Alamo."

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs Tour Dates:

Oct. 1; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Anfiteatro Luis Muñoz Marin

Oct. 2; Miami, Fla.; Bayfront Park

Oct. 3; Orlando, Fla.; Hard Rock Live

Oct. 4; Atlanta, Ga.; Roxy Theatre

Oct. 6; Washington, D.C.; Garage

Oct. 7; Boston, Mass.; Paradise

Oct. 8; New York, N.Y.; Hammerstein Ballroom

Oct. 9; Philadelphia, Pa.; Mann Music Center

Oct. 11; Cleveland, Ohio; Odeon

Oct. 12; Detroit, Mich.; St. Andrews Hall

Oct 13; Toronto, Ontario; Phoenix

Oct. 15; Chicago, Ill.; Aragon Ballroom

Oct. 17; New Orleans, La.; House of Blues

Oct. 18; Austin, Texas; La Zona Rosa

Oct. 20; Phoenix, Ariz.; Celebrity Theater

Oct. 21; Las Vegas, Nev.; House of Blues

Oct. 22; San Francisco, Calif.; Warfield

Oct. 23; Los Angeles, Calif.; Greek Theatre