Ass-smacking enthusiast Wes Scantlin and his Puddle of Mudd bandmates will launch a monthlong headlining tour October 18 in Atlanta, but they’ll also take time to pay back some of the radio stations spinning their hit “Control.”
Prior to the tour’s launch, Puddle of Mudd will play WAVF-FM’s Wavefest in Charleston, South Carolina, on Sunday with 311, the Long Beach Dub Allstars and others. WFXH-FM’s Fustercluck, with Sevendust, Pete Yorn and others in Savannah, Georgia, and WCHZ-FM’s Rockfest, featuring Sevendust, Days of the New and others in Augusta, Georgia, have also been worked into their itinerary.
St. Louis band Mesh – recently signed to the Label, the new label from management powerhouse the Firm – will open on the headlining dates, which wrap up November 21 in Portland, Oregon, according to a Puddle of Mudd spokesperson. “Maybe Tomorrow,” the first single from Mesh’s upcoming Lowercase, hit radio last month.
Later this month, Puddle of Mudd will release “Blurry,” the follow-up single to Come Clean’s “Control.” The band’s famous mentor, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, was again on hand to direct the video.
Puddle Of Mudd Tour Dates, According To Flawless Records:
10/14 – Charleston, SC – Joseph Riley Jr. Ballpark – WAVF-FM Wavefest
10/18 – Atlanta, GA – Cotton Club
10/19 – Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues
10/20 – Savannah, GA – Martin Luther King Jr. Arena – WFXH-FM Fustercluck
10/21 – Augusta, GA – Riverfront Marina – WCHZ-FM Rockfest