POD announce summer dates

With no plans to take a break this summer, multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated P.O.D. will spend the dog-days on the road headlining sheds and festivals with more than 30 dates in North America (routing below).  The ‘southtown’ hard rock pioneers are doing final mixes on their ninth studio album set to release later this summer via T-Boy/UMe, produced by long-time collaborator Howard Benson.  For more info on the tour and upcoming release, please visit http://payableondeath.com/.

P.O.D. have a diverse SoCal sound ranging from hip-hop to punk to metal, with an irresistible funk vibe and a tendency to confront dark themes with insightful lyrics inspiring and connecting them with their devoted following.

P.O.D. have also ingratiated themselves within the music community, collaborating on their own records as well as others including Katy Perry, H.R. (Bad Brains), Mike Muir (Suicidal Tendencies), Sen Dog (Cypress Hill), and more.

Since forming in San Diego in 1992, P.O.D. (Payable on Death) have charted their own course with worldwide sales exceeding 10 million and a series of chart-topping radio hits.  Over the course of two decades they have released eight studio albums – including triple-platinum release Satellite – seen chart success with over a dozen rock radio hits, including “Southtown,” “Alive,” “Youth of the Nation” “Goodbye For Now,” their Active Rock hit “Beautiful” and their #1 track, “Lost In Forever,” received three Grammy Award nominations, contributed to numerous motion picture soundtracks, and toured the world over many times.  P.O.D. are Sonny Sandoval (vocals), Marcos Curiel (guitar), Traa Daniels (bass) and Wuv Bernardo (drums).

DATE              CITY                           VENUE

June 14         South Bend, IN                The Bear’s Big Growl 4

June 16         Virginia Beach, VA        Shakas

June 19         Winchester, VA               Blue Fox

June 20         Syracuse, NY                    Oswego Events Center – WAQX Festival

June 21         Huntington, NY               Paramount

June 22         Pittsburgh, PA                  Altar Bar

June 24         Ft Wayne, IN                    Piere’s

June 26         Alix, Alberta                     Tail Creek Mud & Music Festival

June 27         Detroit, MI                        Stars and Stripes

June 28         Ringle, WI                       Q&Z Expo Center

June 30         Madison, WI                   Barrymore Theatre

July 1            Cedar Rapids, IA              Reverb

July 2            Bloomington, IL              Castle Theatre

July 3            Sault Saint Marie, MI     Kewadin Casino

July 4            Waconia, MN                  Carver County Fairgrounds – Taste of Minnesota

July 7            Minot, ND                        Original Bar and Nightclub

July 9            Rockford, IL                     District

July 10          Lansing, MI                     Common Ground Festival

July 11          Green Bay, WI                  Watering Hole

July 12          Des Moines, IA                Val Air

July 14          Nashville, TN                   Marathon Music Work

July 15          Hammond, IN                  Wolf Lake Park Pavilion

July 16          St. Louis, MO                    Pops

July 17          Cleveland, OH                   Odeon

July 18          Lancaster, OH                  Mickeys Outdoors