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Rev Theory To Headline Monster Energy Outbreak Tour

03:01 PM Thursday 12/16/10 |   |

After spending more than a year off the tour bus, Rev Theory hits the road once again, beginning in Arizona in February.

Actually, we couldn’t fit the entire tour name in the headline. The complete title is “Monster Energy Outbreak Tour, Rock On The Rise 2011.” We’re guessing promoters are going to have to go with a small font or a physically larger ticket.

The tour begins just one day after the scheduled release of Rev Theory’s new album, Justice, which drops Feb. 15.

The Feb. 16 opener is in Phoenix at the Clubhouse Music Venue. Other dates include Colorado Springs at Black Sheep Feb. 19; Des Moines at People’s Feb. 22; Tulsa at Marquee Feb. 25; Baltimore at Rams Head Live March 4 and Jermyn, Penn., at Eleanor Rigby’s Bar & Nightclub March 6.

Pop Evil, Hail The Villain and The Black Cloud Collective appear on all dates.

“We’ve been off the road for over a year now, and cannot wait to start touring again,” Rev Theory drummer Dave Agoglia said. “We’re also looking forward to reconnecting with our amazing fans, which have always been so supportive. The lineup came together for this run, and sharing the stage with other up-and-coming bands at a low ticket price for the fans is going to make for a killer tour.”

Need more information? Click here for Rev Theory’s website and here for the band’s Facebook page.


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