P.O.D. post new video

2012-05-15 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 36 Comments
P.O.D. have uploaded a new video for their song "Lost In Forever (Scream)", which comes off the band's upcoming album, Murdered Love. The record is slated for a July 10th release via Razor & Tie Recordings.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znEH0X8wr3Q

Tagged: P.O.D.

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Abscurat
May 15th 2012
38 Comments


That's so awful.

cyLOL
May 15th 2012
50 Comments


HAAAATSS IIIINN SPAAAAAACE
Didn't think it was bad. The girl looked wasted.

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
May 15th 2012
31999 Comments


Idk, kinda liked it

AsoTamaki
May 15th 2012
2525 Comments


Wow. What the hell happened to that guy's voice?

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
May 15th 2012
8497 Comments


The chorus is real catchy and Sonny's singing is great but the song isn't anything out of the ordinary for them. Still very excited to get a new album from these guys, though.

The7thVermicide
May 15th 2012
925 Comments


Is not anything special.The song has some good parts ,some annoying parts and more.Band went downhill since 5 years ago ,testify was their last good album

henryChinaski
May 15th 2012
3210 Comments


Expected this to be much worse

VanitySeason
May 15th 2012
396 Comments


i wasn't aware these guys actually still existed after 2001

heyadam
May 15th 2012
1770 Comments


I love these guys. They were my gateway band into music in general. I may not listen to them a lot anymore, but I'll definitely pick up the new album when it drops

Digging: toe - Hear You

The7thVermicide
May 15th 2012
925 Comments


Their old songs still rules, even 2006 songs like goodbye for now owns hard.

omgraptors
May 15th 2012
834 Comments


my mind was blown when i discovered that katy parry was singing in goodbye for now

iamSeraph
May 15th 2012
885 Comments


digging.
will pick up the new album eventually.

Irving
Staff Reviewer
May 15th 2012
7383 Comments


I

I FEEL SO ALIVE

Digging: Pastel Lite - Etcetera

Maniac!
May 15th 2012
26320 Comments


Wow, this wasn't utter shit.


Color me surprised.

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
May 15th 2012
29128 Comments


nothing special but put a pretty big grin on my face so im obviously gonna listen to their new one, whenever it comes out

Maniac!
May 15th 2012
26320 Comments


their last album was really bad

Metalstyles
Staff Reviewer
May 15th 2012
8497 Comments


Yea their last album was really average. It had a couple of cool songs like "Condescending" and "When Angels And Serpents Dance", but overall it was mediocre as fuck. Still, I always hold out hope for these guys because similarly to heyadam, they were one of the most important bands in my childhood. And because I still really like their stuff from Southtown to Testify.

Ignimbrite
May 15th 2012
5695 Comments


sweet. nostalgia hard

Digging: Rosetta - Quintessential Ephemera

jrowa001
May 15th 2012
8752 Comments


i listened to Fundamental Elements of Southtown the other day and it still rocks. this on the other hand is better than most of what theyve done since that album. the chorus is awesome

PistolPete
May 15th 2012
3772 Comments


Eyez is a better song, this is still perfectly fine

Digging: P.O.S. - Audition

Ponton
Staff Reviewer
May 15th 2012
6013 Comments


seeing this band with red in a week

PistolPete
May 15th 2012
3772 Comments


goddamn you observer, im cursed with liking bands that never come to canada

bloc
May 15th 2012
35521 Comments


Excellent video first of all, reminds me of Moby's 18.

Song is very enjoyable. Agreed that Eyez is better though.

heyadam
May 15th 2012
1770 Comments


"And because I still really like their stuff from Southtown to Testify."

The golden years haha. I have pretty good hopes for this new album.

PistolPete
May 15th 2012
3772 Comments


The damn release date keeps getting changed. Coulda swore it was June 19, now July 10th?


Poop

MO
May 15th 2012
19735 Comments


not bad not great

shitty deal for the guy in the vid

mangasm
May 15th 2012
672 Comments


LOL @ the video, song wasn't awful.

Myles7
May 15th 2012
173 Comments



not bad not great

^this

linchpin313
May 15th 2012
816 Comments


Cool stuff.

zrosschristian
May 15th 2012
281 Comments


Video was pretty good. Song is better though.

KjSwantko
May 16th 2012
9449 Comments


wasn't terrible, but those identical drum fills every 5 seconds were getting annoying

heyadam
May 16th 2012
1770 Comments


^Which is a bit disappointing because Wuv is such an energetic drummer. I liked the concept of the video

shitty deal for the guy in the vid pretty much describes it all haha

Emim
May 16th 2012
26707 Comments


Yeah, Wuv is one of my favorite drummers.


This was a pretty decent song, but Eyez was definitely better.

giraffesareepic88
May 16th 2012
76 Comments


For some reason the drums reminded me of Metallica's Death Magnetic. Good song though

bloc
May 16th 2012
35521 Comments


Emim wuvs Wuv

Emim
May 16th 2012
26707 Comments


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