Nonpoint in Studio, set to return early 2010

After spending the early half of the year writing new material, Nonpoint is set to release their new album in early 2010. While we have them in the studio, I wanted to reach out and see if you had requests for any exclusive content. We can set up an interview, video feature or whatever else you’d like to request. Please take advantage of this open invitation from the band.

Nonpoint is also set to release an acoustic EP on December 8th. Cut The Cord will be released as digital only EP, and features past hits like “Victim” and “What A Day”. To support the release, the band will play 3 holiday shows:

12-Dec Madison, WI The Barry more Theater

26-Dec Ft. Lauderdale, FL Club Revolution

31-Dec Tempe, AZ Tempe Fiesta Bowl Block Party

About Nonpoint

One of the notable bands to break through the South Florida metal scene of the late 1990’s, Nonpoint was formed in January of 1998.

Known as one of the most powerful, chaotic and brutal bands to destroy a rock stage, Nonpoint has an extensive tour history and a solid reputation. They have toured with major music heavyweights such as Mudvayne, Sevendust, Skindred, Disturbed, Drowning Pool and Buckcherry.

The band began the process of writing and recording a new album in May 2009. They have been recording in a new studio and Rivera describes it as a “different atmosphere” and explains that it’s “never a mistake to go to new surroundings.” Their music has been taken to another level and Rivera believes that “it’s the little things that are making these songs have a new life.” Nonpoint will release new music in early 2010.

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