HOOBASTANK Shares Trailer For Upcoming Docuseries Celebrating Self-Titled Album Anniversary
August 31, 2022
HOOBASTANK is giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at life on the road, inside the studio and more in their upcoming docuseries, as the band reflects on the 20th anniversary of their self-titled album. In 2001, the So/Cal alt rock band's self-titled release, "Hoobastank", launched the career of the band to mainstream success with huge singles including "Crawling In The Dark", "Running Away" and "Remember Me", all of which have since been certified RIAA platinum. The band will be releasing the docuseries in parts over the next few weeks, with new episodes dropping every other week.
Almost two decades later, the band is still clocking in at over six million monthly listeners on Spotify and "Crawling In The Dark" has surpassed the 100 million streaming mark across DSPs. The band's 2003 follow-up studio album "The Reason" took them to even greater heights and solidified HOOBASTANK as a household name. The title track "The Reason" went four times RIAA platinum and racked up quite a few No. 1 chart positions along the way, while the album went double RIAA platinum. "The Reason" has over two billion streams/views which has helped lead the way to the band's catalog surpassing the three-billion mark across the various streaming platforms. The band looks forward to continuing their success in the years to come while also celebrating what they have accomplished so far.
Last week, HOOBASTANK announced they'll be hitting the road with LIT this fall on the co-headlining "Tried-N-True" tour alongside ALIEN ANT FARM and THE ATARIS' vocalist Kristopher Roe. The tour will kick off in Nashville, Tennessee on October 14 and run through mid-November hitting North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, and Texas. VIP packages are also available, including the "Tried-N-True" VIP Meet & Greet Experience, which includes a pre-show hang and photo op with members of HOOBASTANK, LIT and ALIEN ANT FARM, one VIP exclusive autographed tour poster, one VIP exclusive merch item, priority entry into the venue and more.
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