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Formed in 1997 Chicago Heavy Rock band SOiL quickly took the scene by storm. After their first independent release, the band was the first rock group signed by the legendary Clive Davis to J Records. The band achieved mainstream success with their major label debut "Scars" in 2001. SOiL is best known for the classic hits "Halo", "Unreal", and "Redefine". The band went through brief line up changes until reuniting with original vocalist Ryan McCombs in October 2011 for a tour commemorating the tenth anniversary of their landmark album "Scars." The band permanently rejoined with McCombs after his departure from Texas act Drowning Pool in late 2011. The line up is currently completed with fellow original members Tim King (Bass) and Adam Zadel (Guitar). The band has sold over one million records worldwide with their album "Scars" hitting Silver in the United Kingdom following the anniversary tour. In February 2013, SOiL began writing new material and entered the studio with producer Ulrich Wild (Pantera, Breaking Benjamin) to begin recording their first album since the return of McCombs. SOiL's sixth studio album "WHOLE" will be released worldwide in August 2013 via AFM Records (worldwide) and Pavement Entertainment (North America).  The album also sees the band going 100% independent with the release. The band hails the new album as "An album that could have come directly after the "Scars" album". Some featured songs from "WHOLE" include "The Hate Song",  "Loaded Gun", "Way Gone", and "Shine On" which is dedicated to the SOiL fans for standing by the band throughout the years.  Another track titled "Amalgamation" sees Ryan taking song titles from both the SOiL and Drowning Pool releases he was a part of and weaving them into verses of the song. For more information, visit www.soiltheband.com.

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