SOIL Interviewed In Manchester (Video)

Amplify conducted an interview with SOIL prior to the band's October 23, 2011 concert Moho Live in Manchester, England. You can now watch the chat below.

The 10th-anniversary edition of SOIL's breakthrough album "Scars" featuring the hits "Halo" and "Unreal" was made available digitally on October 10 through Sony Music. The release features the rare B-side "Center" and the previously unreleased track "Damaged You" from the "Scars" recording sessions.

SOIL last month completed a 12-date U.K. co-headlining tour with PUDDLE OF MUDD. SOIL's touring lineup included the band's original lead singer and founding member Ryan McCombs (on loan from DROWNING POOL) and fellow founding members Tim King (bass) and Adam Zadel (lead guitar) along with former STAIND drummer Jon Wysocki. SOIL played a setlist comprised of select cuts from the "Scars" and "" albums, along with a surprise song from the debut "Throttle Junkies" release.


Performance (October 14, 2011 at Electric Ballroom in London, England):


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