P.O.D. JOINS DAUGHTRY & 3 DOORS DOWN
CO-HEADLINE U.S. TOUR
New P.O.D. Radio Single “Higher” Impacts Radio Week Of October 30th
New Studio Album- Murdered Love – (Razor & Tie) Out Now
P.O.D. will join Daughtry and 3 Doors Down as special guests on the forthcoming pairs co-headline U.S. tour. The tour kicks off November 17th in Tunica, MS and will run through the middle of December (tour dates below).
P.O.D.’s second single, “Higher,will impact the week of October 30th. The video for“Higher” is available now on VEVO- WATCH HERE. The video for “Higher” was filmed with director Ramon Boutisveth (All That RemainsFor TodayTrivium).  The band also partnered with Harley Davidson for this video and the video features a number of Harley Davidson motorcycles.
The band’s first single, “Lost In Forever” hit #1 at Active Rock Radio (#1 on BDS).  This is P.O.D.’s first-ever number one single at the Active Rock format and also the first number one charting Active Rock track for the band’s new label partners at Razor & Tie. The video for “Lost In Forever” has also already generated over 2.1 million combined views.
Both songs are off of P.O.D.’s new studio album, Murdered Love (Razor & Tie), which was released this past summer.    The band will also release a Vinyl version of Murdered Loveon November 19th.
Murdered Love is P.O.D.’s long-awaited follow-up to When Angels & Serpents Dance. The album sees the band reunited with long-time producer Howard Benson who also produced the band’s massive Satellite album alongside hit albums for Kelly Clarkson, Theory Of A Deadman, Daughtry, and My Chemical Romance.
P.O.D. recently wrapped the third annual Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festivalalongside multiplatinum rock bands Shinedown, Godsmack, Staind and Papa Roach.
P.O.D. U.S. TOUR DATES
P.O.D. special guests for Daughtry and 3 Doors Down Co-headline Tour
**P.O.D. will not be appearing November 27 – December 3
November 17     Tunica, MS       The Better Life Foundation Event
November 18     Springfield, MO O’Reilly Family Event Center
November 20     San Antonio, TX Illusions Theatre
November 21     Laredo, TX       Laredo Energy Arena
November 23     Belton, TX       Bell County Expo Center
November 24     Corpus Christi, TX      Concrete Street Amphitheater
November 27**   Pikeville, KY Eastern Kentucky Expo Center
November 28**   Huntington, WV  Big Sandy Superstore Arena
November 30**   Asbury Park, NJ Convention Hall
December 1**    Binghamton, NY  Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
December 3**    Huntington, NY  Paramount Theater
December 4       State College, PA      Bryce Jordan Center
December 5       Detroit, MI     Fox Theatre
December 7       Champaign, IL  Assembly Hall
December 8       St. Paul, MN   The Myth
December 9       Chicago, IL     Akoo Theatre
December 11     Broomfield, CO  1STBANK Center
December 13     Fresno, CA Save Mart Center
December 15     Anaheim, CA     Theatre at the Honda Center
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