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2015-02-17 

Social Distortion will celebrate the 25th Anniversary


of their “self-titled” album, by performing the album in its entirety during the upcoming European Tour in April and May this year.

Released in March 1990, Social Distortion was the iconic band’s 3rd album and the first for Epic Records. It became their best-selling album worldwide, and the first one to enter the Billboard 200 album chart.


Singles “Story Of My Life,” “Ball and Chain,” “Ring of Fire” and “Let It Be Me” all reached Top 25 Billboard single chart positions. The album is set to be re-released on limited edition color vinyl for Record Store Day in the US. More news to follow.

In regard to the forthcoming tour supporting the 25th Anniversary of the seminal album, frontman Mike Ness states: "We're all looking forward to Europe. It's a different time frame for us; we're playing Groezrock for the first time, so it's exciting to be doing something new. As I've said before, we've made Europe a priority and I feel we've been consistent over the last ten years on touring there more regularly than ever before. This tour is going to be extra special for us and everyone attending the shows. 2015 is the 25th Anniversary of our self-titled record, so we're going to be playing the album in its entirety. And with Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas and my man Jonny Two Bags warming things up, it's going to be a great run."