Krokus are returning to U.S. soil this spring. The Swiss rockers just lined up a new tour that will run two weeks. It will be their first stateside tour in 10 years.

Best known for a string of early '80s hits, Krokus released a concert recording, Long Stick Goes Boom: Live From Da House of Rust, in 2014. Now they've announced a string of dates from April 24 in Houston through May 6 in Los Angeles, preceded by a stop on the annual Monsters of Rock cruise on April 18-22 along with Night RangerTeslaQueensryche, the Winery DogsStryperEurope and others.

A complete listing of tour dates and cities can be found below.

Signature hits like "Midnight Maniac," "Screaming in the Night" and "Eat the Rich" helped both 1983's Headhunter and 1984's The Blitz earn gold-selling status in the U.S. But Krokus have actually been around for four decades, releasing almost 20 studio albums along the way. "Winning Man" (1981), "Long Stick Goes Boom" (1982) and "Our Love" (1984) all cracked the U.S. Top 30 on the rock charts over the years. Their most recent original studio LP, Dirty Dynamite, was released in 2013.

A recent recipient of a Swiss Music Awards lifetime achievement award, Krokus are still huge in their home country. In fact, the band saw two of its '00s albums go gold in Switzerland, while 2010's Hoodoo went platinum there.

Krokus 2015 U.S. Tour
4/24 - Houston, TX
4/25 - San Antonio, TX
4/26 - Dallas, TX
4/28 - Tulsa, OK
4/29 - Kansas City, MO
5/1 - St. Charles, IL
5/2 - Columbia, MD
5/4 - El Paso, TX
5/5 - Las Vegas, NV
5/6 - Los Angeles, CA