Alien Ant Farm Leave Past Behind, Ready For Future

Battling back from a broken neck is a large enough task in life, but coming back to tour after just one year is quite an accomplishment, indeed. Itís been a long while since theyíve done it, but Alien Ant Farm is heading out on the road. The Riverside, CA, quartet, who had that horrific bus crash in Spain last year, the crash that broke frontman Dryden Mitchellís neck and took the life of their bus driver, have planned a month-long US tour starting in July. In August, the band will release their sophomore album for DreamWorks, TruANT. To warm up for the album release, the band heads out, with Las Vegas as the initial show of the set on July 5. The party-on-wheels rolls to a halt on August 3 in Houston, hopefully with better luck this go around.

The Alien Ant Farm dates as they currently stand:

07.05.03 - Las Vegas, NV (House Of Blues)

07.06.03 - Tempe, AZ (Bash On Ash)

07.08.03 - Salt Lake City, UT (DV8)

07.10.03 - West Hollywood, CA (The Troubadour)

07.11.03 - Palo Alto, CA (The Edge)

07.12.03 - Orangevale, CA (The Boardwalk)

07.14.03 - Seattle, WA (Graceland)

07.15.03 - Portland, OR (B Complex)

07.16.03 - Boise, ID (Big Easy)

07.18.03 - Minneapolis, MN (Quest Club)

07.19.03 - Chicago, IL (Metro/Smart Bar)

07.21.03 - Detroit, MI (The Shelter)

07.22.03 - Toronto, ON (Opera House)

07.23.03 - New York, NY (To Be Announced)

07.25.03 - Philadelphia, PA (Theatre Of Living Arts)

07.26.03 - Washington, DC (9:30 Club)

07.27.03 - Boston, MA (Axis)

07.29.03 - Atlanta, GA (Cotton Club)

07.30.03 - Jacksonville, FL (Jack Rabbit's)

07.31.03 - Saint Petersburg, FL (State Theatre)

08.02.03 - Dallas, TX (To Be Announced)

08.03.03 - Houston, TX (Engine Room)

Alien Ant Farm Leave Past Behind, Ready For Future