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To Announce Lineup This Week!! First Six Bands Will Be Revealed This Wednesday, April 18

Six More Bands Will Be Revealed on Thursday and Friday @

www.silymi2012.com

The Scream It Like You Mean It Tour is back in 2012 with a lineup so huge and completely badass that we’re going to torture you by announcing it over three days!!

The SILYMI Tour site www.silymi2012.com launched this week, and on Wednesday, April 18, it’s where the first 6 bands will be revealed, one each hour on the hour, starting at 1pm EST and ending at 6pm EST. Another 6 bands will be revealed hourly on Thursday, April 19 starting at 1pm EST, with the final 6 acts being revealed starting at 1pm EST on Friday, April 20.

Dates, cities and presale ticket info will be announced in May.

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