Posts Tagged ‘P.O.D.’

LIVE: Download Festival @ Donington Park – Sunday (16/06/2013)

Date: June 16th, 2013
Venue: Donington Park, Derby
Website: www.downloadfestival.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/downloadfest
Twitter: www.twitter.com/downloadfest

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Another years means yet another Download Festival weekend, one of the leading British music festivals for all of your needs in rock, metal, punk and everything inbetween. With a stellar line-up which featured what could arguably be their best main stage headliners to date, we of course got stuck in with the mud, beer and fun that the festival is more than known for.

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VIDEO: P.O.D. – Beautiful

Nu-metal survivors P.O.D. have just unveiled a music video to accompany their new single, ‘Beautiful’. You can stream and watch the full video through the embed below:

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NEWS: Download Festival adds 49 new bands to the 2013 line-up!

Download Festival, Britain’s premier hard rock and metal festival, has announced a monolithic new wave of bands for the 3 day bash, including Architects, The Ghost Inside and Bury Tomorrow. The full list of the 49 freshly announced bands along with the updated poster can be seen below:

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VIDEO: P.O.D. – Higher

P.O.D. have just released a new music video for their track ‘Higher’, taken from their latest album, ‘Murdered Love’. You can watch it below:

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ALBUM: P.O.D. – Murdered Love

Release Date: July 10th, 2012
Label: Razor & Tie
Website: www.payableondeath.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pod
Twitter: www.twitter.com/pod

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It turns out that the death of nu-metal was a tough event to survive. Of the dozens of successful bands who peddled the genre in the late 90s and early 00s, very few managed to escape that particular ship before it sunk beneath a growing wave of new alternative scenes. Some bands evolved from their nu-metal roots to explore other styles, such as Papa Roach and Linkin Park. Others fully embraced these roots defiantly, staying true to the genre that made them, such as Limp Bizkit. P.O.D., however, are part of a third camp, which contains the bands that continue to slug on, despite a drought of original ideas, trite songwriting and a generally tired, generic sound.

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