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The Flood To Tour With Sevendust, Drowning Pool
February 23, 2010
Seattle rockers The Flood are about to join up with Sevendust and Drowning Pool on a tour that starts on Feb. 28th in Englewood, Colorado. The Flood were recently featured on the Saw VI soundtrack and were featured on the Saw tour with Mushroomhead, among others.

The band entered the studio last year with Sylvia Massy (Tool, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Smashing Pumpkins) to record their debut full-length at her Radiostar Studios in Weed, CA.

The band also recently release a digital EP on iTunes which can be purchased here.

Tour dates with Sevendust and Drowning Pool are as follows:
2/28 - The Gothic Theatre - Englewood, Colorado
3/02 - Knitting Factory - Summer Reno, Nevada
3/03 - The Knitting Factory - Boise, Idaho
3/04 - Wilma Theater - Missoula, Montana
3/06 - The Knitting Factory - Spokane, Washington
3/07 - Showbox at the Market - Seattle, Washington
3/09 - Grand Ballroom @ Regency Center - San Francisco, California
3/10 - House of Blues - W. Hollywood, California
3/12 - House of Blues/Mandalay Bay - Las Vegas, Nevada
3/13 - House of Blues - Anaheim, California
3/14 - Marquee Theatre - Tempe, Arizona
3/16 - Sunshine Theatre - Albuquerque, New Mexico (w/ Anesthesia)
3/17 - The Black Sheep - Colorado Springs, Colorado (w/ Sanguine Addiction)
3/19 - The Scout Bar - San Antonio, Texas (w/ OneisOne)
3/20 - The Scout Bar - Melovine Houston, Texas
 
 
 
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The Flood Team Up With Mushroomhead For 'Saw VI' Tour
November 9, 2009
The Flood will be hitting the road this winter on the heavily anticipated SAW VI tour with Mushroomhead. Both bands were featured on the SAW VI soundtrack, which is in-stores now.

The Flood
just wrapped up recording their debut album with Sylvia Massy (Smashing Pumpkins, Tool) at her Radiostar Studios in Weed, California. The album will be released via independent label Deify, sometime in 2010.

The band has also released a video for the song "Flood", which was recorded at the sessions with Sylvia Massy, and can be viewed below.

Also joining Mushroomhead and The Flood on the SAW VI tour is Ventana.

"SAW VI" Tour dates are as follows:
12/02 - The Rock Nightclub - Maplewood, Minnesota
12/03 - Abbey Pub - Chicago, Illinois
12/11 - The Intersection - Grand Rapids, Michigan
12/12 - Al Rosa Villa - Columbus, Ohio
12/13 - JB’s - Kent, Ohio
12/18 - Peabodys Down Under - Cleveland, Ohio
12/19 - Harpo’s - Detroit, Michigan
 
 
 
 
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HOME TOWN: Seattle, WA

The Flood rushes from Seattle. The band’s brooding progressions and syncopated fury churn into a deep auditory whirlpool, but don’t close your eyes… The Flood’s stage show is a highly visual sensory experience, layering background effects into a dark vortex for its audience to dive inside. With a fan base exploding across the US, this 5-piece progressive metal group captured hard rock fans across the country in 2009 while on the SnoCore Tour with Static-X.

The Flood is signed with indie label Deify, who have put the band in studio to record their debut full-length album with multi-Platinum, Grammy winning producer Sylvia Massy (Tool, System of a Down, Johnny Cash, Smashing Pumpkins) at her Radiostar Studios in Weed, CA. “The Flood,” the first single from the new record is in regular rotation on SiriusXM and several other US radio stations. The Flood interviewed and performed live in the studio at KNAC, KRWN, KEYJ, WPSC, WYBB, KXFX, and KRRX while on the 2009 SnoCore Tour.

The Flood’s members soak the crowd with a fierce energy at their powerful performances, drawing comparisons to hard rock mainstays Tool, Korn and the Deftones.

Chris Johnson: Lead Vocals
Ajay Marshall: Guitar
Jeff Eason: Bass
Nate Minick: Drums
Darrick Jones: Beatbox, Hype Man, Visual Engineer

2009 Snocore Tour w/Static-X: House of Blues (Chicago, Las Vegas, Sunset Strip), Hemisfair Park (San Antonio), Palladium Ballroom (Dallas), Harpo’s (Detroit), Gothic Theatre (Denver), Grand Ballroom (San Francisco).

Recent Seattle Shows: Neumo’s, Studio Seven, Showbox SODO, King Cat Theatre