THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT, the California-based band featuring former P.O.D. guitarist Marcos Curiel, will be teaming up with ELEMENT 80 for a U.S. tour beginning in early April. Confirmed dates so far as follows:
Apr. 07 - Phoenix, AZ @ Mason Jar
Apr. 09 - El Paso, TX @ Club 101
Apr. 10 - Abilene, TX @ Desperado's
Apr. 11 - Lubbock, TX @ Tokyo Joe's
Apr. 13 - San Angelo, TX @ Santa Fe Junction
Apr. 14 - Austin, TX @ Backroom
Apr. 15 - San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
Apr. 17 - Orlando, FL @ FMF
Apr. 18 - Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Culture Room
Apr. 19 - Fort Myers, FL @ Gotham Hall
Apr. 20 - Tampa, FL @ Twilight
Apr. 21 - Jacksonville / Ft. Myers, FL @ Jack Rabbits
Apr. 23 - Tallahassee, FL @ Late Night Library
Apr. 24 - Gainesville, FL @ TBA
Apr. 25 - Orlando, FL @ Earthday Birthday
Apr. 27 - Birmingham, AL @ Nick
Apr. 29 - Jackson, MS @ 105 Capitol
Apr. 30 - Little Rock, AK @ Juanita's
THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT's video for the track "Song for You" is available online at this location. "Song for You" comes off THE ACCIDENT EXPERIMENT's debut six-song EP, "Arena", which was released last summer through the band's web site. In addition to "Song for You", the disc features the tracks "Scream to Breathe", "Seeds of Black", "Nevermore", "Arena" and "Million Dollar Hell".
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