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SOiL “Gimme Some Lovin'” Video Release and Greatest Hits Track Listing Revealed






SOiL Release New Video For  “Gimme Some Lovin'” & Reveal Greatest Hits Tracklist




Chicago Heavy Rock outfit SOiL will release Scream: The Essentials on September 15, 2017, via Pavement Entertainment and AFM Records. Celebrating the band's 20-year career, this release will feature tracks from their humble beginnings, rise to fame, and also include alternate versions and mixes.

The video for the brand new track "Gimme Some Lovin'" can be viewed at this location: https://youtu.be/nE74FXV8rX0.

The track “Gimme Some Lovin'” originally made its on screen debut in the cult classic motion picture The Blues Brothers in 1980. Being primarily a Rhythm and Blues-based song, SOiL took it upon themselves to add their own personal touch and bring the song into a modern 2017 Hard Rock element.

Other songs exclusive to this release include an acoustic version of the song “Can You Heal Me” (recorded at Dimebag Darrell’s home studio in 2004 with Vinnie Paul producing), a version of the song “Give It Up” that features the late Wayne Static from Static X singing verses, choruses, and a bridge section, and a cover of the classic Soundgarden song “Rusty Cage.”

SCREAM: The Essentials Full Track Listing:

1. Gimme Some Lovin’
2. Broken Wings (El Chupacabra Version)
3. Road To Ruin
4. Black Betty
5. Halo
6. Unreal
7. Breaking Me Down
8. Pride
9. ReDeFine
10. Can You Heal Me (Acoustic Version)
11. Give It Up (feat. Wayne Static)
12. Let Go
13. Like It Is (Alternate Version)
14. The Lesser Man
15. My Time (Kickstart Version)
16. Shine On
17. The Hate Song
18. Way Gone (Radio Version)
19. Halo - Live in London (Bonus Track)
20. Rusty Cage (Bonus Track)


SOiL “SCREAM: THE TOUR”:
September 2017 (with Saving Abel, Kirra)
22 Flint, MI The Machine Shop
23 Dayton, OH Oddbody’s
24 Cleveland, OH Agora
26 New York, NY Highline Ballroom
27 Worcester, MA The Paladium
28 Poughkeepsie, NY The Chance
29 Stanhope, NJ Stanhope House
30 Reading, PA Reverb

October 2017 (with Saving Abel, Kirra)
1 Pittsburgh, PA Diesel
3 Louisville, KY Trixie’s
4 Bloomington, IL Castle Theatre
5 Iowa City, IA Gabe’s
6 Lincoln, NE Bourbon Theatre
7 Sioux City, IA Hard Rock Casino
9 Bismark, ND Our Place Tavern
10 Spearfish, SD Z Bar
11 Minot, ND The Original
12 Minneapolis, MN Triple Rock Social Club
13 Joliet, IL The Forge
14 Battle Creek, MI Music Factory

November 2017 (with Flaw and Gabriel and the Apocalypse)
17 Denver, CO Herman’s Hideaway
18 Colorado Springs, CO Sunshine Studios
19 Albuquerque, NM The Jam Spot
21 San Antonio, TX The Rock Box
22 Austin, TX Come And Take It
24 Dallas, TX Trees
25 Houston, TX Tumbleweeds
26 Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma City Limits
28 Kansas City, MO The Riot Room

December 2017 (with Flaw and Gabriel and the Apocalypse)
1 Chippewa Falls, WI Everybody’s Bar
2 Janesville, WI Back Bar

February 2018 (With Alien Ant Farm)
6 Bristol, ENG O2 Academy
7 London, ENG O2 Forum
8 Manchester, ENG The Ritz
10 Norwich, ENG Waterfront
11 Leeds, ENG O2 Academy
12 Birmingham, ENG O2 Institute
14 Dublin, IRE Academy
15 Belfast, IRE Limelight 2
16 Glasgow, SCT The Garage
17 Newcastle, ENG Academy
18 Nottingham, ENG Rock City
20 Zwolle, Netherlands Hedon
21 Bochum, GER Matrix
22 Regensburg, GER Eventhall
23 Zug, Switzerland Galvanik
25 Vienna, Austria Szene Wein
27 Munich, GER Backstage Halle
28 Frieburg, GER Crash


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