Mar 232019
 

Coming off an extremely successful European tour, rock veterans P.O.D. will bring their acclaimed live show back to America. The tour supporting their most recent release, “Circles”, will run from May 10 to June 9 all over the country. Nonpoint, Islander, Nine Shrines and Hyro The Hero – will provide support on various dates.

Singer Sonny Sandoval‘s longtime collaborators in P.O.D. — lead guitarist Marcos Curiel, bassist Traa Daniels and drummer Wuv Bernard — recently released their tenth studio album, “Circles”, marking another leap forward. The band members decided to shake up their creative process by collaborating with an L.A.-based production duo called the Heavy, who provided behind-the-scenes musical tweaks, and served as a sounding board for vocal and melodic ideas. The results are contemporary-sounding without losing any of the band’s core sonic signifiers. Continue reading »

Nov 202018
 

‘Listening For The Silence’, the new video from San Diego, California-based rockers P.O.D. (Payable On Death), can be seen below. The song is taken from the band’s latest album, “Circles”, which was released on November 16 via Mascot Label Group.

On ‘Circles’P.O.D. collaborated with the Los Angeles-based production duo called the Heavy (Jason Bell and Jordan Miller), who ensured the album is contemporary sounding without losing any of the band’s core sonic signifiers. The rap-driven ‘Rockin’ With The Best’ has an old-school P.O.D. sound that nods to the Beastie Boys, while ‘Always Southern California’ is a reggae-inflected rocker and the groove-heavy ‘Soundboy Killa’ is a hip-hop/metal hybrid. The dynamic title track even boasts moody electronic flourishes, glassy piano, and laid-back rapping verses. Continue reading »

Oct 172018
 

A six-minute video in which San Diego, California-based rockers P.O.D. (Payable On death) discuss the songwriting process for their upcoming album, “Circles”, can be seen below. The band’s new studio disc will be released on November 16 via Mascot Label Group.

On ‘Circles’P.O.D. collaborated with the Los Angeles-based production duo called the Heavy (Jason Bell and Jordan Miller), who ensured the album is contemporary sounding without losing any of the band’s core sonic signifiers. The rap-driven ‘Rockin’ With The Best’ has an old-school P.O.D. sound that nods to the Beastie Boys, while ‘Always Southern California’ is a reggae-inflected rocker and the groove-heavy ‘Soundboy Killa’ is a hip-hop/metal hybrid. The dynamic title track even boasts moody electronic flourishes, glassy piano, and laid-back rapping verses. Continue reading »

Oct 102018
 

‘Listening For The Silence’, a new song from San Diego, California-based rockers P.O.D. (Payable On Death), can be streamed below. The track is taken from the band’s 10th studio disc, “Circles”, which will be released on November 16 via Mascot Label Group.

On ‘Circles’P.O.D. collaborated with the Los Angeles-based production duo called the Heavy (Jason Bell and Jordan Miller), who ensured the album is contemporary sounding without losing any of the band’s core sonic signifiers. The rap-driven ‘Rockin’ With The Best’ has an old-school P.O.D. sound that nods to the Beastie Boys, while ‘Always Southern California’ is a reggae-inflected rocker and the groove-heavy ‘Soundboy Killa’ is a hip-hop/metal hybrid. The dynamic title track even boasts moody electronic flourishes, glassy piano, and laid-back rapping verses. Continue reading »

Sep 132018
 

‘Rockin’ With The Best’, the new video from San Diego, California-based rockers P.O.D. (Payable On Death), can be seen below. The song is taken from the band’s 10th studio album, “Circles”, which will be released on November 16 via Mascot Label Group.

Frontman Sonny Sandoval says: “‘Rockin’ With The Best’ is direct, raw and in-your-face, unapologetic sound that has been pioneered by P.O.D. The only question is whether or not you know how to get down with it.”

On ‘Circles’P.O.D. collaborated with the Los Angeles-based production duo called the Heavy (Jason Bell and Jordan Miller), who ensured the album is contemporary sounding without losing any of the band’s core sonic signifiers. The rap-driven ‘Rockin’ With The Best’ has an old-school P.O.D. sound that nods to the Beastie Boys, while ‘Always Southern California’ is a reggae-inflected rocker and the groove-heavy “Soundboy Killa” is a hip-hop/metal hybrid. The dynamic title track even boasts moody electronic flourishes, glassy piano, and laid-back rapping verses. Continue reading »