POWERMAN 5000 and MUSHROOMHEAD have been added as special co-headliners to select dates on DOPE's upcoming "American Apathy" tour, featuring MOTOGRATER and TWISTED METHOD.
POWERMAN 5000 will return to the stage for the first time in several months as part of the Anaheim, CA and Las Vegas, NV dates on the trek. The group will be supporting their recent release, "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Vol. 1", available through their own Megatronic Records.
MUSHROOMHEAD have also been added to Chicago, IL date of the tour. This will be the band's first live appearance in months and comes after the recent departure of singer J. Mann. The band are currently at home writing the follow-up to "XIII" and preparing to release a new DVD.
DOPE will remain as headliner to the entire tour as they prepare for the February 2005 release of their fourth album, "American Apathy".
A new e-card for the tour has been posted at www.dopearmy.com/aa, including all tour dates.
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