Army Of Anyone has announced additional dates to their upcoming headline spot on the 2007 SnoCore Tour, which also features Hurt, Dropping Daylight and Neurosonic in support. The 6-week trek--which launches January 18 in Houston—includes a February 1 performance at New York's Bowery Ballroom and a March 1 show at Los Angeles' Key Club. will sponsor the tour.

Meanwhile, Army Of Anyone--vocalist Richard Patrick, formerly of Filter; guitarist Dean DeLeo and bassist Robert DeLeo, ex-Stone Temple Pilots; and drummer Ray Luzier--continue to garner critical acclaim for their live show and their recently-released self-titled debut album (Firm Music), while their first single "Goodbye" continues to build at radio. "Goodbye" is top 5 at Active Rock radio and top 25 at Alternative radio.

"I know I speak for the rest of the guys in the band when I say we cannot wait to get back on the road," Richard Patrick says. "Playing live is what this is all about. I can't wait to meet our fans, get back on stage and blow people away."

In a recent review of the band's Nov. 21 show in Boston, Christopher John Treacy of the Boston Herald praised their live performance, noting: "Playing only its second-ever gig to a packed house at the Paradise on Tuesday, the powerhouse four-piece demonstrated musical chemistry most bands only dream of…its original material blended seamlessly with revisited STP and Filter selections, including 'Vasoline,' 'Hey Man, Nice Shot' and 'Piece of Pie.'…Bassist Robert DeLeo and his brother Dean, both former members of STP, seemed invigorated by Patrick's enthusiasm, which was barely contained by the small Paradise stage…An unplugged reading of 'A Better Place' revealed Army of Anyone's inner STP; the melody at the tune's core made clear just how much the DeLeo brothers crafted STP's sound, which they are putting to good use elsewhere. After covering Led Zeppelin's 'Rain Song,' Army stormed through the glam 'Big Bang Baby,' and the near riot-inducing 'Welcome to the Fold,' with drummer Ray Luzier pummeling away as if his life depended on it. (November 23, 2006)"

The SnoCore Tour dates are listed below. Most shows are on sale now. Visit for more info. Previous SnoCore Tour participants include Sparta, Trapt, Finger Eleven, Helmet, Chevelle, Seether, Shinedown and Flyleaf.

For more information on Army Of Anyone, visit the band's Starpulse Page, official site, or MySpace page. or .

1/18 Houston, TX - Meridian
1/20 Austin, TX - La Zona Rosa
1/21 Fort Worth, TX - Ridglea Theater
1/23 Baton Rouge, LA - Varsity Theatre
1/25 Knoxville, TN - Blue Cat's
1/26 Greensboro, NC - N Club
1/27 North Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues
1/29 Norfolk, VA - Norva Theatre
1/30 Towson, MD - Recher Theatre
2/01 New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
2/03 Hartford, CT - Webster Theatre
2/07 Poughkeepsie, NY - The Chance
2/09 Detroit, MI - St. Andrews Hall
2/10 Fort Wayne, IN - Piere's
2/11 Sauget, IL - Pop's
2/15 Kansas City, MO - Voodoo @ Harrah's
2/16 Denver, CO - Bluebird Theatre
2/18 Boise, ID - Big Easy
2/19 Spokane, WA - Big Easy
2/21 Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre
2/22 Seattle, WA - El Corazon
2/24 San Francisco, CA - Slim's
2/25 Reno, NV - New Oasis
2/26 Las Vegas, NV - House of Blues
2/28 Anaheim, CA - House of Blues
3/01 Los Angeles, CA - Key Club
3/02 Cabazon, CA - Casino Morongo
3/04 San Diego, CA - House of Blues

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