Additional shows are expected to be added in the Southwest and Midwest markets.

What can fans expect from the show? “The same beating [they] got the first time around. We can’t wait to get on the road with the new guys. We’ve been rehearsing every day for the past two weeks and it sounds better than ever,” Ill Niño drummer Dave Chavarri said at the end of June, when tour plans were first being sketched out.

The “new guys” Chavarri refers to are Ill Niño’s newest members, guitarist Arhue Luster and percussionist Danny Cuoto. The two replaced Marc Rizzo and Roger Vasquez, respectively. Although new to the Ill Niño lineup, Luster is no stranger to Ill Niño fans. The former Machine Head guitarist previously toured with the band in U.S. and Europe.

It’s Ill Niño‘s first outing of the year – they’ve been working on their album, Confessions, which is slated for a September release – but Spineshank have been supporting the Adema/Powerman 5000 tour since that launched toward the end of July.