Grammy-nominated rock bands Stone Sour and Papa Roach will head out on a U.S. co-headline tour in January 2013, with Stone Sour closing out every show.
The bands will be at Saltair on Feb. 16, it was just announced.
Stone Sour has the No. 1 Active Rock track in the country for the second week in a row with "Absolute Zero." The gold-selling Iowa hard rock outfit has sold over four million albums worldwide over the course of three full-length releases.
Papa Roach’s current single, "Where Did the Angels Go" is the No. 1 most-added Active Rock track for 2 weeks in a row, following the 11 top 10 hits in their career. The band has 10 million in album sales worldwide, and two Grammy nominations.
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