Los Angeles-based band ONESIDEZERO has announced a short headlining tour beginning on July 20 in Santa Barbara, CA and running through August 3 in Salt Lake City, UT.
ONESIDEZERO is supporting its recently released Ulrich Wild-produced (STATIC-X, STABBING WESTWARD, TAPROOT) sophomore album, which was released through Corporate Punishment Records. The CD is the long awaited follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed 2001 debut "Is This Room Getting Smaller?", which saw the group tour with the likes of INCUBUS, 311, STATIC-X, and SOULFLY.
The album's first single, "My Confession", has been picking up steam at radio with the track receiving steady rotation on XM Radio's Squizz channel and Los Angeles-based KROQ.
ONESIDEZERO tour dates:
Jul. 20 - Velvet Jones, Santa Barbara CA
Jul. 26 - The Malibu Inn, Malibu CA
Jul. 27 - The Cheyanne Saloon, Las Vegas, NV
Jul. 28 - The Dome, Bakersfield, CA
Jul. 30 - The Boardwalk, Orangevale CA
Jul. 31 - El Carazon (Graceland), Seattle, WA
Aug. 01 - The Hawthorn Theatre, Portland, OR
Aug. 03 - Club Vegas, Salt Lake City, UT
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