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Below is our complete Nonpoint news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Note: We began associating news directly with bands in late 2003. Therefore, earlier band news may not be listed on this page.
NONPOINT have posted a preview of another new song from To The Pain. The track entitled There's Gonna Be A War can be heard on their MySpace page and on their PureVolume Page. To The Pain hits stores on November 8th.
Ft. Lauderdale-based hard rock outfit NONPOINT have finalized the track listing for their fourth album, "To the Pain", due on November 8 via Bieler Bros./Lava. The album's first single, "Bullet with a Name", has received a lot of early radio play and has clocked as the #1 requested song on Active Rock radio stations such as WJJO, WPBZ, WZOR and has defeated the likes of SLIPKNOT, SEVENDUST, KORN, GORILLAZ, and HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS in early head-to-head request match-ups. "Bullet with a Name", which officially impacts radio on October 10, can be heard online at myspace.com/nonpoint.
"To the Pain" track listing: More...
NONPOINT will return to the road in support of their brand new album To The Pain starting in November. Acting as support for the tour will be THE BLACK MARIA and BURN SEASON. Dates will be posted soon. Nonpoint's new single "Bullet With A Name" can be listened to online here and is expected to hit radio on October 10th. Burn Season's single 'Carry On', which can be heard here recently hit radio and will appear on their Bieler Bros debut on October 11th.
NONPOINT have posted their first single from their upcoming November 8th "Bullet With A Name" online. The song, 'Bullet With A Name On It' hits radio in early October and can be listened to it here.
NONPOINT have tapped 'Bullet With A Name' as the first single from their next Bieler Bros. release "To The Pain". The song will impact radio in October with a video to follow. "To The Pain" hits stores on November 11th.
The Rockpile Festival, which was set to take place at the Palace in Saugus, Massachusetts on August 27th, has been postponed until October 15th. More information TBA.
Nonpoint have revealed the album for their upcoming album, "To the Pain". "To the Pain" will be released November 8th, the art can be viewed at the following link, http://www.bielerbros.com/newsletter/NP_newsletterfeature.jpg
Ft. Lauderdale-based NONPOINT have set "To the Pain" as the title of their fourth album, due on November 8 via Bieler Bros./ Lava. The group's drummer, Robb Rivera, recently had the following to say about the songwriting process for the new CD: "As far as the new record, shit is coming along greatly. Painful but great. It is not easy to write a new record. We have at least 15 songs with plans to write more in the next month. This month we are going to finetune them and fix them up real good. Stuff has a 'Statement' vibe in the sense that all the songs have their own identity. We will be in the Northeast once the new record is done and over. We will throw again for all of you live."
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BURN SEASON will be opening for Florida's NONPOINT early this Summer. BURN SEASON will be releasing thier major label debut through Bieler Bros/Warner Music Group later this Summer:
May 14 - Jacksonville, FL @ Free Bird
May 15 - Tampa, FL @ Masquerade
May 25 - Tallahassee, FL @ Floyd's
May 26 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
May 27 - Spartanburg, SC @ Ground Zero
May 28 - Fayetteville, NC @ Jesters
Here's the latest updates on all sorts of things from NONPOINT drummer, Robb Rivera:
"well new music, writing, writing, writing. the cool thing about writing this time is that everyone is bringin full songs in the mix now. really cool vibe going on here. like the old school days all over again. getting in a room creating, jamming, laughing. i am still amazed that we have been together, us four since late 96/early 97. lot of bands cant really do that anymore. we have been really lucky that not only we love playing music we have been cool to each other, respecting one another, looking out for everyone in our circle. and the most important thing is writing the music that we love and are able to give to you. i wont talk about the direction of the music because so many bands say this is the heaviest, blah, bla, bla. i will say this, the songs that are finished are some of my favorites already that we have ever written together. i know some of you heard a new track called 'whatcha gonna do' at the revolution show. heard good response on it and that is always a good thing.
we have a show on april 21st in orlando, fl at the hard rock live with drowning pool and i believe candiria. also there seems to be a show booked for dallas for may, not sure if it is confirmed as of yet. also we are looking at a trip to puerto rico as well. we are looking to book a headling tour for may maybe the end of may. looking for venues and bands as we speak.
well another challenge for all of you, continue to spread the nonpoint word to everyone. be it by talking about the band, getting them to come to the website or visit the myspace page, getting them a cd, playing them a cd, burning them a cd, i dont care, burn them a few songs so they can hear it and if they like then hopefully they will get the cd, burn a few songs and pass them out at show. put the name of the record on the cd, website adrress. whatever you can do to help please do and it will be greatly appreciated."
Boston's WAAF 107.3 FM has announced that surviving DAMAGEPLAN members Patrick Lachman, Vinnie Paul and Bob Zilla will attend the 2005 WAAF Indoor Beach Party on Saturday, April 9 at the Tsongas Arena in Lowell, MA. DAMAGEPLAN headlined the annual concert event in 2004 and has chosen to make one of their first public appearances since Dimebag's untimely death at the upcoming annual event.
The lineup for the 2005 WAAF Indoor Beach Party includes Zakk Wylde's BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, SKINDRED and NONPOINT. Tickets are available through Tsongas Arena and Ticketmaster.
A history of friendship and support stands between Dimebag Darrell and the 2005 headliner, Zakk Wylde of BLACK LABEL SOCIETY.
Vinnie Paul had this to say: "DAMAGEPLAN had the opportunity to headline the WAAF Indoor Beach Party last year and it was a blast… Glad to see the tradition continue with BLACK LABEL SOCIETY.
"WAAF is a true rock radio station in every sense of the word and we really appreciate their support of PANTERA and DAMAGEPLAN over the years. It will be an honor to be in attendance this year as WAAF and BLACK LABEL SOCIETY pay tribute to the baddest MF I ever knew, my brother Dimebag Darrell… Let's have some black tooths and keep on keeping on…Getcha pull!!!"
Zakk honors Darrell Abbott on the newly released BLACK LABEL SOCIETY album, "Mafia", in the form of the song "In this River". Wylde is also heard on the track "Soulbleed" on DAMAGEPLAN's 2004 album, "New Found Power".
Tragedy struck the music industry when a shooting occurred at the December 8, 2004 DAMAGEPLAN concert in Columbus, OH. Guitarist Dimebag Darrell was shot and killed, as were the band's head of security, Jeffrey "Mayhem" Thompson, an employee of the club, Erin Halk, and a member of the audience, Nathan Bray. Chris Paluska, a member of the band's management team who was serving as tour manager, was shot and put in critical but stable condition. John "Kat" Brooks, the band's drum tech, was also shot and wounded.
WAAF is offering a limited-edition t-shirt as a tribute to Dimebag Darrell. All proceeds from the sales of this piece will be donated to the Dimebag Darrell Memorial Fund. The fund covers bereavement and medical expenses for the victims and their families. The t-shirt may be purchased through www.waaf.com or at the April 9 WAAF Indoor Beach Party.
36 Crazyfists have opted to not take part in the previously announced Nonpoint, Candiria and Dry Kill Logic tour to instead spend time writing new material for their next album which they plan to release in the fall of next year.
NONPOINT has lined up some headline dates leading up to their headline run with 36 CRAZYFISTS and CANDIRIA.
November 5 - Townson, MD @ Recher Theatre
November 6 - Bradford, MA @ Club 125
November 7 - Rochester, NY @ Steel Music Hall
November 8 - Clifton Park, NY @ Northern Lights
November 9 - Syracuse, NY @ The Tundra
November 10 - Buffalo, NY @ Buffalo Icon
December 4 - West Palm Beach, FL @ Sound Advice Amphitheater
With the exception of 2 dates, the NONPOINT / SALIVA tour has been cancelled and will not happen. NONPOINT however, will continue to do radio festivals and then will return with their "strongest headline tour yet". The only two dates still set to happen are below:
October 31 - Fort Walton, FL
November 1 - Tallahasse, FL
Three tracks from Nonpoint's upcoming new album "Recoil" can now be heard online here. The track "The Truth" is serving as the first single from the release and a video is expected to be shot for it in the coming weeks. The album itself won't land in stores till August 03rd, but in the meantime, the group have announced the following new tour dates:
July 02nd Flint, MI - The Machine Shop
July 03rd Grand Rapids, MI - 131 Motorsports Park Speedway
July 13th Lake Park, FL - Kelsey Club (Feat. Sevendust, Ra)
July 16th Charlotte, NC - Tremont Music Hall (Feat. Sevendust, Ra)
July 18th Evansville, IN - Metzger Ampitheater (Feat. Sevendust, Ra)
July 22nd Cleveland, OH - Scean Pavilion (Feat. Sevendust, Ra)
July 23rd Clifton Park, NY - Northern Lights (Feat. Sevendust, Ra)
July 28th Allentown, PA - Crocodile Rock (Feat. Sevendust, Ra)
July 29th Baltimore, MD - Thunder Dome (Feat. Sevendust, Ra)
July 30th Weedsport, NY Cayuga County Fair Speedway (K-Rock-A-Thon)
A source close to the band has revealed to SMNnews.com that NONPOINT have finished mixing their new album with Andy and Jason Beiler. A record deal has not yet been signed, but one will come soon and a tour to follow.