Hip-hop stars House Of Pain are marking their 20th anniversary as a group by embarking on a world tour.
The Jump Around hitmakers reunited for the first time since their 1996 split to play at California's Epicenter Twenty Ten festival in September (10), and the performance has inspired them to head out on the road together.
The duo - consisting of rappers Everlast and Danny Boy - will kick off their He Who Breaks The Law trek in March (11) and they can't wait to see their fans.
Everlast explains, "The catalyst of this whole thing was the KROQ (Epicenter Twenty Ten) show. We left Epicenter and immediately started putting this whole thing together. We've been reading messages from the fans who wanted to see it; but once you see a crowd that size go crazy and sing along to every word, you know it's time to do it. We want to give the fans what they want!"
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