The almighty Norma Jean have been riding high since the release of the critically-acclaimed 'Meridional,' hitting the road on the Mayhem Fest and laying the UK to waste. But now it's time for the band's first headlining US run since the album hit shelves last year.

Starting Feb. 24 in Dallas and set to conclude in the band's hometown of Atlanta March 25, the Explosions II Tour promises to hold a lot of surprises. "We will be playing a lot of songs that we haven't played in a long time and some that have never been played at all, old and new," vocalist Cory Brandan said in statement.

"It will be one of the most eclectic sets we've ever played for sure," he continued. "I think of any headlining tour we've done to this point, this is the show to come to if you are a true Norma Jean fan. Doesn't matter what record is your favorite, we'll be playing something from it. We're very excited and are working really hard to make sure it's going to be excellent."

Joining Norma Jean on the Explosions II run are Of Legends and Impending Doom. Stick to Your Guns are slated to join the tour on March 3, as well.