P.O.D. LAUNCHES CONTEST TO

DESIGN THEIR NEW LOGO

Winning Design Will Be Become P.O.D.’s Official New Logo

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In anticipation of their forthcoming new 2012 studio album, P.O.D. are reaching out to fans to ask for help in designing their official new band logo.  The design contest is launching through Talenthouse where fans can submit their original designs through January 3rd.

Voting will be open from January 4th – January 10th with the winner set to be announced on January 25th.  There will be a total of three contest winners.  Visit http://www.talenthouse.com/pod-design-a-logo to enter:

P.O.D. will select one grand prize winner who will receive $500. The winner’s design will be incorporated into P.O.D.’s official merchandise and marketing materials.  Their logo will also become the band’s official logo on all of their social media outlets and VIP ticketing. The band will select a first prize runner up whose logo will be displayed on P.O.D.’s Facebook page and also receive VIP tickets to a concert.  A “People’s Choice” winner will be selected by voters via Talenthouse and have their logo displayed on P.O.D.’s Facebook page and will also receive VIP tickets to a concert.

P.O.D. (Payable on Death) formed in 1992 has logged a remarkable array of achievements, including worldwide sales exceeding 10 million, a series of chart topping radio hits, and an unprecedented four #1 MTV videos.  With a 15-year career under their belts, P.O.D has released seven studio albums, received three Grammy Award nominations, contributed to numerous motion picture soundtracks, and toured the world over many times.  With their third studio album, The Fundamental Elements of Southtown, they achieved their initial mainstream success – the album was certified Platinum by the RIAA in 2000.  Their following studio album, Satellite, continued the band’s success with the hit singles, “Alive” and “Youth of the Nation,” pushing it to go triple platinum.  The band’s line-up consists of vocalist Sonny Sandoval, drummer Wuv Bernardo, guitarist Marcos Curiel, and bassist Traa Daniels.

P.O.D. TOUR DATES
February 25 – Speaking Rock Entertainment Center – El Paso, TX
April 6 – Easterfest – Queens Park – Toowoomba QLD, Australia
April 8 – Strawberry Jam Music Festival – Albany, Australia
April 10 – Wellington Town Hall – Wellington, New Zealand
April 11 – Logan Campbell Centre – Auckland, New Zealand

LINKS

http://payableondeath.com/
https://www.facebook.com/PayableOnDeathPOD
http://www.myspace.com/payableondeath
http://www.youtube.com/thepodchannel
https://twitter.com/#!/pod1904

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