Normally we wouldn’t want to be left behind, but we’re making an exception today with the premiere of Nights…
Veteran rap metal crew P.O.D., along with Islander, Hyro The Hero, and Nonpoint, delivered a special evening of hits and crowd singalongs at Manchester Music Hall in Lexington, Kentucky.
P.O.D. have unveiled the official music video for their new single “Listening For The Silence” and the band will be touring the UK in March 2019 with Alien Ant Farm.
San Diego rockers P.O.D will be releasing their new album Circles on November 16 and you can check out the title track here.
Buckcherry, Alien Ant Farm, Lit and P.O.D. – dubbed the GEN–X Summer tour – took over the intimate stage at Mavrick’s Music Hall in Barrie, ON for a hard-driving look back at one of the best decades for rock music.
Out on Rottweiler Records this Friday the 13th(!), R.A.I.D’s debut record, The Strong Survive, is a fantastic mix of metallic hardcore that blends high-energy tempos, hammering drums and massive, catchy riffs.
The mighty Sen Dog spoke with us about Powerflo’s self-titled release via New Damage Records, his musical past, the Judgement Night soundtrack, and more!
Loudwire has announced the launch of a massive summer tour series that will be called Gen-X Summer, featuring some of the early 2000s’ biggest rock bands!
The Awakening is their latest studio recording and reconfirms exactly what we’ve long-since known, P.O.D. know how to write a banging tune.
Platinum selling rock group Flyleaf recently premiered their new single “Something Better” online. The single, servicing to Rock Radio this week and featuring Sonny Sandoval from P.O.D., is included on the band’s forthcoming EP, Who We Are, which is slated for a July 9th release via A&M/Octone Records.
After a four year hiatus P.O.D. is back with a new full-length entitled Murdered Love. I was a great big fan back in the early days and absolutely love both The Fundamental Elements Of Southtown and Satellites, but somewhere along the way I lost interest… after a while it all seemed to be more of the same to me. Perhaps the extended break is what was needed though, as the P.O.D. that I knew and loved is back and in full effect!