Staind are heating up radio with their hard-rocking new single ‘Eyes Wide Open’ off of their 2011 self-titled disc, and now Loudwire is proud to exclusively premiere the music video for the tune. The clip shows the band tearing up the stage in front of an energetic crowd, as frontman Aaron Lewis and company deliver the punishing track to their devoted fans.

From Johnny April’s opening bass lines to Mike Mushok’s thunderous guitar riffs to Aaron Lewis’ scream/sing vocals, ‘Eyes Wide Open’ was made for the live stage, and the video for the song captures the power of the song perfectly.

If you want to see Staind perform ‘Eyes Wide Open’ and their other hits live, check them out on the Mass Chaos Tour with co-headliners Godsmack and support from Halestorm. The trek kicks off in Augusta, Ga., on April 13 and wraps up May 18 in Bangor, Maine, with tickets available at this location. Check out the full list of dates below the video for ‘Eyes Wide Open.’

Watch the Exclusive Video Premiere of Staind’s ‘Eyes Wide Open’ Video
Staind / Godsmack / Halestorm ‘Mass Chaos’ Tour Dates:
April 13 	Augusta, GA - James Brown Arena
April 15 	Estero, FL - Germain Arena
April 17 	New Orleans, LA - UNO Lakefront Arena
April 18 	Lafayette, LA - Cajundome
April 19 	Bossier City, LA - CenturyLink Center 99 X Fest
April 21 	Lubbock, TX - Lone Star Amphitheater
April 22 	Belton, TX - Bell County Expo Center
April 24 	Beaumont, TX - Ford Pavilion
April 25 	Laredo, TX - Laredo Energy Center
April 27 	Phoenix, AZ - Quail Run Park 98 KUPD UFEST
May 1 	Corpus Christi, TX - Concrete Street Amphitheater
May 2 	San Antonio, TX - Illusions Theater
May 4 	Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena
May 6 	Evansville, IN - Ford Center
May 9 	Battle Creek, MI - Kellogg Arena
May 11 	Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena
May 12 	Huntington, WV - The Big Sandy Superstore Arena
May 15 	Syracuse, NY - Oncenter
May 16 	Manchester, NH - Verizon Wireless Arena
May 18 	Bangor, ME - TBC


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