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Entire New Pop Evil Album Available For Streaming
“Onyx”, the new full-length album from Grand Rapids, Michigan hard rockers POP EVIL, can be streamed in its entirety using the SoundCloud widget below (courtesy of Loudwire).
Due on May 14, “Onyx” features the following track listing:
01. Goodbye My Friend
02. Deal With The Devil
04. Torn To Pieces
07. Silence Scars ?
08. Sick Sense
09. Fly Away
10. Behind Closed Doors ?
11. Welcome To Reality ?
The message of the first single and video, “Trenches”, applies to the world of art as well as the world of sports, the military, or anyone struggling with the economic downturn, like POP EVIL‘s home state of Michigan.
“It’s about our battles,” vocalist Leigh Kakaty says. “Not focusing on the things we can’t control, if we really want to be a band that stands the test of time we have to write the music that connects. We have to dig our way out of the trenches.”
During a slump in the music industry, POP EVIL is living proof that you can still make a living following your dreams. “It’s a matter of time before rock and roll is in the forefront again and we want to be part of that,” Kakaty says.
After three Top 5 songs at rock radio, a fourth in the Top 10, a half million digital singles sold and over 1,000 shows a few short years into their impressive career, POP EVIL‘s return with “Onyx” is a swaggering, fistpumping, ballbusting ride through American rock. The grandiose melody of the ’70s, the danger of the ’80s, the emotion of the ’90s and the loudest of modern riffs all have a home in POP EVIL, who fashion a fresh sound that looks to the future through the prism of rock’s past.
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