SOiL frontman Ryan McCombs has been hospitalized after suffering a stroke in his sleep Sunday night.
Chicago rock band Soil have had one hell of a ride, with over 15 years of making music and six studio albums to their name, they march on with their latest release, aptly titled ‘Whole.’ The band recently wrapped up their North American tour with Dope, but they have another run of U.S. dates set to kick off in late November, followed by an early 2014 tour of Europe with Skindred. For a full list of forthcoming dates, go here.
We've got a tasty treat for you in the form of a new music video from Chicago metal act SOil. The band is set to unleash a brand new album, 'Whole,' in August, and we've got the exclusive premiere of the video for the track 'Shine On.'
SOiL's reunion with onetime frontman Ryan McCombs continues to go quite well. The vocalist initially took leave from Drowning Pool in 2011 to join his former band on tour in support of the tenth anniversary of their 'Scars' album and not long after McCombs made his departure from Drowning Pool permanent. Now back with SOiL full time, the singer and his bandmates are ready to work on a new disc.
Soil are getting a second shot to get things right. The veteran band had a solid start to their music career over the last decade, but then saw several defections slow their progress.