POP EVIL ANNOUNCE NEW TOUR DATES
“Deal With The Devil” single drops to $0.69 via iTunes
“Onyx” Out Now!
POP EVIL have announced a new batch of tour dates to finish out the year as the most active touring band in America. Kicking off in Traverse City this Friday, November 8th and running well into the holiday season with a welcome home show in Grand Rapids on December 20th. 2013 will close as the busiest year the band has ever seen. THE LETTER BLACK, EVE TO ADAM and BLACK OXYGEN are set to support various dates in November and YOUNG GUNS, GIRL ON FIRE andERA 9 are set to support various dates in December. Frontman Leigh Kakaty comments on the upcoming run:
“We decided to bring out these upcoming bands with us in November and December. This bill is very diverse which will be very entertaining for our fans. Get there early to check them out!”
To show the fans how much this means to them, the band is dropping the price of their latest single, “Deal With The Devil” to $0.69
The band recently achieved another milestone with yet another Top 10 Active Rock single with “Deal With The Devil.” Previous top ten singles have included “Boss’s Daughter,” “Monster You Made,” “Last Man Standing” and “Trenches,” which went all the way to #1 earlier this year. This is the band’s sixth time entering the top ten on the Active Rock charts.
POP EVIL released “Onyx,” their third studio LP earlier this year. Accolades continue to pile up as the band releases their most comprehensive material to date.
“Onyx” debuted at #39 on the Billboard Top 200 and #9 on the Independent Chart.
With over 10,000 copies sold in the first week of release, this makes “Onyx” the most successful first week in the band’s history.
This milestone is the latest in the band’s hard working radio career. POP EVIL has landed a total of 4 Top 10 Active Rock singles and 3 Top 5 Rock Singles on their last album, “War Of Angels.”
“This group is the average American heavy rock fan’s dream.” – The Aquarian Weekly
“Influenced largely by Shinedown, Puddle of Mudd, more proof that radio-ready hard-rock shlock will never die.” – SPIN
“Onyx rocks. It’s shinier than a new set of Tyfun chrome rims, if that vehicle needed twelve of them, & every lug nut is perfectly torqued.” – About.com
“The quintet has elevated its game on every level with this 12-track album” – The Oakland Press