POD Completes Work On New Album

Christian hard rockers P.O.D. have completed work on their new album for a summer release via Razor & Tie.

POD Completes Work On New Album
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According to Blabbermouth.net, Christian hard rockers P.O.D. (Payable On Death) have completed work on their new album for a summer release via Razor & Tie. The CD was recorded with longtime producer Howard Benson, who also helmed the group's massive "Satellite" CD and has worked on major hit releases for such artists as 3 Doors Down, Kelly Clarkson, Theory Of A Deadman, Daughtry, All-American Rejects, and My Chemical Romance. P.O.D. will head out this spring and summer for a series of high-profile radio shows and festivals and will co-headline a tour with Red with support by Love And Death (featuring ex-Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch) and ICon For Hire. The tour will make stops throughout the Midwest and East Coast. P.O.D.'s last album, "When Angels & Serpents Dance", sold 34,000 in the United States in its first week of release in April 2008 to debut at position No. 9 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band's previous CD, "Testify", registered a first-week tally of just over 54,000 back in February 2006 to land at No. 9. "When Angels & Serpents Dance" featured guest appearances from the Marley Sisters, Suicidal Tendencies singer Mike Muir and Helmet guitarist Page Hamilton.

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    RosenCurse
    Wow....Last news from these guys was back in 09....# years fly by like nothing
    Salvo416
    Sweet.. I hope its more like Satellite or Testify. Those albums were great.
    lefty311
    Their best album was the self titled one... The first one they did with Jason Truby. Such a killer heavy album with almost no rapping.
    StillSublime
    Even though they're a Christian band, they definitely make good music. I can't say that for any other Christian band.
    dezmoines333
    lefty311 wrote: Their best album was the self titled one... The first one they did with Jason Truby. Such a killer heavy album with almost no rapping.
    I think so too, it was a very underated album