TRAPT NEW XBOX VIDEO / TOUR DATES

bandpic.jpgIn support of their new single “Who’s Going Home With You Tonight,” which impacted radio this week, multi-platinum rockers TRAPT (“Headstrong,” “Stillframe,” “Stand Up”) premiered a new music video for the song as a free download on Xbox LIVE for the month of June.

“Exposing our new music while debuting our new video on Xbox LIVE is the perfect balance of music meets entertainment. It fits our lifestyle as a band,” says Chris Taylor Brown (lead vocals/guitar).   The video can be accessed for the rest of the month by visiting:

SKOPE IT HERE!

“Who’s Going Home With You Tonight” (from the upcoming Only Through The Pain due everywhere on August 5, 2008), was directed by Paul Brown (Mötley Crüe, Marilyn Manson) and features lead vocalist Chris Taylor Brown telling the tale of a cheating girlfriend from his own perspective by exposing his cheating ex with three different men. It’s a raw and unique male perspective on romance, relationships, and the nuances in between, keeping Trapt’s rock edge while displaying the captivating songwriting sensibilities which have led to over 2 million albums sold since the band’s inception.

The tour:

July 1
  W. Palm Beach, FL
 Cruzan Amphitheatre
 
July 3
  Tampa, FL
 Ford Center
 
July 5
  Charlotte, NC
 Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
 
July 6
  Virginia Beach, VA
 Verizon Wireless Virginia Beach Amphitheater
 
July 8
  Wantagh, NY
 Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
 
July 9
  Buffalo, NY
 Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
 
July 12
  Philadelphia, PA
 Susquehanna Bank Center
 
July 13
  Washington, DC
 Nissan Pavilion
 
July 15
  Detroit, MI
 DTE Energy Music Theater
 
July 16
  Chicago, IL
 First Midwest Bank Amphitheater
 
July 18
  Indianapolis, IN
 Verizon Wireless Music Center
 
July 19
  Milwaukee, WI
 Marcus Amphitheater
 
July 20
  St. Louis, MO
 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
 
July 22
  Houston, TX
 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
 
July 23
  San Antonio, TX
 Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
 
July 24
  Dallas, TX
 Superpages.com center
 
July 26
  Albuquerque, NM
 Journal Pavilion
 
July 27
  Denver, CO
 Coors Amphitheater at Fiddler’s Green
 
July 29
  Salt Lake City, UT
 USANA Amphitheater
 
August 1
  Phoenix, AZ
 Cricket Wireless Pavilion
 
August 2
  Los Angeles, CA
 Hyundai Pavilion at Glen Haven
 
August 5
  Sacramento, CA
 Sleep Train Amphitheater
 
August 6
  San Francisco, CA
 Shoreline Amphitheater at Mountain View
 
August 8
 Seattle, WA
 White River Amphitheater
 
August 9
  Portland, OR
 Rose Garden Arena
 
August 11
  Vancouver, BC
 GM Place
 
August 13
  Edmonton, AB
 Rexall Place
 
August 14
  Calgary AB
 Pengrowth Saddledome
 
August 15
  Saskatoon, SK
 Credit Union Centre
 
August 17
  Winnipeg, MB
 MTS Centre
 
August 19
  Cincinnati, OH
 Riverbend Music Center
 
August 20
  Cleveland, OH
 Blossom Music Center
 
August 22
  Boston, MA
 Tweeter Center for the Performing Arts
 
August 23
  Holmdel, NJ
 PNC Bank Arts Center
 
August 24
  Uncasville, CT
 Mohegan Sun Arena
 
August 28
  Toronto, ON
 Molson Amphitheatre
 
August 29
  Albany, NY
 Saratoga Performing Arts Center
 
August 30
  Scranton, PA
 Toyota Pavilion
 
August 31
  Pittsburgh, PA  
 Post-Gazette Pavilion
 

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