If you didn't get enough '90s rock nostalgia from Nirvana's Rock Hall of Fame induction performance last week, here's another hit for you: Veruca Salt is touring again with all of its original members.
The band, which found fame with the 1994 hit song "Seether," announced the 15 shows on Tuesday. This will be the first tour since 1996 for the original lineup of Nina Gordon, Louise Post, Steve Lack and Jim Shapiro.
Veruca Salt had earlier announced that the band was back together and recording two new tunes — "The Museum of Broken Relationships" and "It's Holy" — to be released on April 19, Record Store Day. Their original label, Minty Fresh, will release the 10-inch, which will also feature "Seether." The upcoming release is Veruca Salt's first new music from the original members since their 1997 album "Eight Arms to Hold You."
Visit VerucaSalt.com for tour dates.