The Massachusetts-based quartet's itinerary currently comprises five December engagements, all of which are set in the South. Hinder will open four of the shows, Three Days Grace will appear on two of the dates, and 3 Doors Down shares the bill on one date.
On 11/14, Staind offers up "The Singles: 1996-2006," a 16-track album that will include previously released hits such as "It's Been Awhile," "For You," "So Far Away" and "Right Here," as well as previously unreleased live acoustic covers of Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb," Alice in Chains' "Nutshell" and Tool's "Sober."
Also included will be the version of the Staind cut "Outside" that originally appeared on the "Family Values Tour 1999" album and features vocals from Staind singer Aaron Lewis and Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst.
The same day that "The Singles: 1996-2006" hits stores, Staind will also release "Staind: The Videos," a DVD that will house 14 music videos, as well as live-acoustic versions of "Everything Changes" and "Sober."
Thanks to liveDaily.com for the information. The shows' dates are as follows:
12/02 - Mobile, AL - Mobile Convention Center (w/ 3 Doors Down, Hinder) 12/03 - Columbus, GA - Columbus Civic Center (w/ Hinder) 12/05 - Lafayette, LA - Cajundome (w/ Three Days Grace, Hinder) 12/06 - Jackson, MS - Jackson Coliseum (w/ Three Days Grace, Hinder) 12/10 - North Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues