Canadian punk metal stars Sum 41 headline the Eastpak Antidote Tour as it hits Birmingham in November.
Four bands make up the 28-date tour, which begins a trek across Europe on October 27, in Norwich, calling in at the 02 Academy, in Birmingham on Wednesday, November 2, before ending up in Neu-Isenburg, Germany.
The full line-up includes former Pennywise vocalist Jim Lindberg’s newest venture The Black Pacific, Texas rockers The Riverboat Gamblers and the up-and-coming Veara.
Sum 41, who came to prominence with 2001's hit singles Fat Lip and In Too Deep, will be showcasing new material from their latest album Screaming Bloody Murder,
Steve-O, from Sum 41, said crossing the Atlantic was always a big deal for the band.
"We love touring in Europe," he said. "The shows have always been amazing and it's great going back there because there is so much to see and do.
"Touring in the UK is rad. The shows have been some of the most badass we've ever played and the fans are awesome. We couldn't ask for a better place to kick off the Eastpak Antidote Tour."
And the drummer is quite happy to rough it out with the usual tour discomfort.
"I'm a pretty low-maintenance guy," he adds. "Before I leave I just need my exfoliating seaweed body wrap and hot stone massage.
"Tour essentials? Well, I simply can't tour without my ostrich skin suitcases, cigar humidifier and aqua massage boots. Simple things really."