The Mississippi hard rock outfit announces tour dates for summer 2015 and has plans for a much-awaited new album.

A summer tour is planned between 3 Doors Down and Seether. The first show is on Jul 07 in Laredo, TX. The 15-date tour ends on Aug 01 in Bethel, NY. Additional date before and after the tour are planned with either Theory of a Deadman or Collective Soul.

A VIP pre-sale went on sale on May 12 with the public on-sale set for May 15. Tickets and VIP packages can be purchased at the band’s website.

3 Doors Down is involved in recording a new album. The album, planned for a 2016 release, is being produced by multi-platinum hit record producer, Matt Wallace.

3 Doors Down is an alternative icon on the 90s who continues on their successful path. The Mississippi-based band formed and 1995 and has sold over 16 million albums and earned numerous awards. The current 3 Doors Down lineup includes Brad Arnold (vocals), Chris Henderson (guitar), Greg Upchurch (drums), Chet Roberts (guitar, vocals), and Justin Biltonen (bass).

The South African based Seether formed in 1999 has seen a run of success in recent years. Beginning in 2008, they have won many awards and been nominated for even more. Their 2014 release, Isolate and Medicate, charted to #4 in the US and #6 in Canada. Their lineup today includes Shaun Morgan (lead vocals, guitar), Bryan Wickmann (lead guitar, vocals), Dale Stewart (bass, vocals), and John Humphrey (drums).

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Dave Ball has spent most of his life in the Detroit West Side area. Music has always been a passion for him, playing in bands on Bass and working as a promoter. He also has experience as a Guitar and Bass tech for notable Detroit acts such as Agent Fury and The Meanies. His current work as a writer and photographer has extended his role as Managing Editor of National Rock Review.

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