Puddle Of Mudd Announce U.S. Tour

Puddle Of Mudd have announced a 2021 U.S. tour. The band will be touring in support of their latest album “Welcome To Galvania.”

Tour Dates:

07/16 Fort Worth, TX – Rail Club Live
07/21 Jay, OK – MAO Event Center
07/22 Kansasville, WI – 1175 Sports Park & Eatery
07/23 Lombard, IL – Afterlife
07/24 Grover Hill, OH – Wetzel Motor Club
08/06 Sturgis, SD – Sturgis Buffalo Chip
08/07 Omaha, NE – Barnato
08/13 Gulfport, MS – Marina Cantina
08/19 Laconia, NH – Granite State Music Hall
08/20 Batavia, NY – Batavia Downs
08/21 Bethel, PA – Pat Garett Amphitheatre
08/22 New Bedford, MA – The Vault Music Hall at Greasy Luck
09/03 Katy, TX – Wildcatter Saloon
09/04 El Paso, TX – University of Texas at El Paso (Pre-Game Show)
09/05 Pryor, OK – Rocklahoma
09/18 Frenchtown, NJ – Arties Bar & Grill
09/24 Jerseyville, IL – Hillbillie Ranch
10/15 Flint, MI – Machine Shop
10/29 Cleveland, OH – The Odeon
11/13 Detroit, MI – Harpos Concert Theatre
11/20 Ashwaubenon, WI – Epic Event Center

Former Puddle Of Mudd Guitarist Paul Phillips Sues Hospital Over Brain Injury

According to TMZ, Paul Phillips (ex-Puddle Of Mudd) has filed a lawsuit against Florida’s Baptist Medical Center Of The Beaches and two doctors after claiming that the treatments he received from them led to a brain injury. The guitarist was admitted to the hospital in November 2019 after dealing with an altered mental status and a possible seizure and initial tests showed that had low sodium levels. However, Phillips says that when the doctors tried to bring the levels back up, they rose too quickly. He then returned to the hospital three days later with a seizure. An MRI also showed that he suffered brain damage, which he believes was related to the treatments he was given. Phillips went on to claim that he is still undergoing treatment for seizures and other neurological problems at the Mayo Clinic and that the issues are hurting his ability to play music.

Puddle Of Mudd’s Wes Scantlin Writes “Pump-You-Up” Song For Kansas City Chiefs

During a recent interview with Colorado’s 95 Rock, Puddle Of Mudd’s Wes Scantlin revealed that he recently wrote a “pump-you-up” song for the Kansas City Chiefs. He said the following about that:

“I’m getting ready to go down to the studio here with a really great producer and engineer. We’re gonna do three versions of a song I wrote with an awesome producer and engineer named Colin London. It’s an NFL pump-you-up-type song for the Kansas City Chiefs world champions. So I’m gonna go cut vocals for that. The musical composition has already been attained. And the vocal actual composition has already been attained as well, but the NFL and the Kansas City Chiefs organization want me to keep going and make enough different passes in the vocals. But it’s a well-rounded composition. I’m very proud of it and very happy to have been able to work with the people that I’ve been able to work with on it. So, we’ll see. You’ll hear it — you’re definitely gonna hear it on the NFL games and the Kansas City Chiefs games. And it’s really a pleasure and an honor to be able to actually be considered to do that. I’m very, very happy about that.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Puddle Of Mudd Premiere “Go To Hell” Lyric Video

Puddle Of Mudd have premiered a lyric video for their song “Go To Hell.” This track is from the band’s latest album “Welcome To Galvania.”

Wes Scantlin commented:

“‘Go To Hell’ is a song about being between heaven and hell in your mind. Kind of like when the angel is on one shoulder and the devil is on the other. You turn to God to figure it all out for you and he will! It’s the crossroads in our life. We make a choice about which way we’re going.”

He went on to say that the track has taken on a new meaning following the death of his cousin Sean Scantlin:

“My cousin Sean battled demons for a long time and he lost the battle. I know he is in heaven taking care of me and living his best life! We will see each other one day! We all miss him! He was so young and full of life. So keep your loved ones close and never give up on them. Because no one gave up on me!”

Puddle Of Mudd Go Viral For Lame Cover Of Nirvana’s “About A Girl”

Earlier this year, Puddle Of Mudd performed an in-studio acoustic cover of Nirvana‘s “About A Girl” for SiriusXM and the clip recently went viral due to Wes Scantlin’s questionable vocal delivery. The video, which has over 862,000 views as of press time, can be seen below:

Catatonicyouths also shared an edit featuring some highlights:

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Jared Dines went through some of the various comments on the video as well:

Watch Puddle Of Mudd Perform Acoustic Versions Of “Blurry” & “Uh Oh” For SiriusXM

Puddle Of Mudd recently performed acoustic versions of “Blurry” and “Uh Oh” at SiriusXM Studios. You can see footage of that below:

Puddle Of Mudd Premiere New Song “Uh Oh”, Reveal Details For New Album “Welcome To Galvania”

Puddle Of Mudd have premiered a new song titled “Uh Oh.” This track is from the band’s new album “Welcome To Galvania,” which will be released on September 13. That effort will be the group’s first since 2009.

“Welcome To Galvania” Track Listing:

01. “You Don’t Know”
02. “Uh Oh”
03. “Go to Hell”
04. “Diseased Almost”
05. “My Kind Of Crazy”
06. “Time Of Our Lives”
07. “Sunshine”
08. “Just Tell Me”
09. “Kiss It All Goodbye”
10. “Slide Away”
11. “Uh Oh” (“Come Clean” Version)

Wes Scantlin said the following about the new record:

“This album has been a long time coming. I’m just so happy to finally get it out there for my fans. I hope the new music inspires my fans to live their lives. I’m just trying to crawl under people’s skin and help them through their life musically.”

“Sometimes in life you come across people who want to bring you down and rip apart your soul. Well, those days are gone. I have surrounded myself with a great team of people. They believe in me and I believe in them. I’d like to thank each and every one of them for their hard work and perseverance. I would also like to thank all of my fans for their patience. This is just the beginning. I have a lot more rock ‘n’ roll in me to share with the world!”