Sub. Video: Nonpoint Premieres New Video

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NONPOINT PREMIERES NEW VIDEO FOR “I SAID IT” FROM CURRENT SELF-TITLED ALBUMNonpoint U.S. Tour Kicks Off January 18th

(New York, NY) – Nonpoint has premiered a new video for “I Said It” from their recently released, self-titled new album (Razor & Tie). The song is a second look from the band’s current album. The video was directed by Ramon Boutisveth (All That Remains, For Today, P.O.D.) and shot in Madison WI at the Majestic Theater.

Nonpoint’s Elias Soriano comments, “It’s been a long time since I’ve had this much fun on a video shoot – especially since we had a chance to shoot it in one of our favorite towns to play Madison, Wisconsin. Put your mouthguards in and protect your neck folks. This one’s a swinging fist to the grill.”  

Nonpoints current single “Left For You,” is now #16* at Active rock radio and is also now officially the longest running current track on the chart. Nonpoint is headed back out on tour with Candlelight Red and Digital Summer beginning on January 18th and will stay on the road through February 17th (tour dates below). Tickets are available here:www.facebook.com/nonpointworld 

Nonpoint features 12 of the most raw and real songs of their 15-year career with unique, uncompromising, and undeniable hard rock on their self-titled ninth studio album and first for Razor & Tie.  Weathering lineup changes, label shifts, and other trials and tribulations, founding members  Elias Soriano [vocals] and Robb Rivera [drums] regrouped with fresh blood—Dave Lizzio [guitar], Adam Wolosyzn [bass], and Rasheed Thomas [guitar]—and captured pure fire this time around.

Nonpoint Press Raves
“The hooks are massive, the riffs are killer, the pacing is gangbusters and the songwriting shines throughout.”
–  Outburn Magazine (9/10)

Nonpoint walk the fine line between raw and technical here, working a lot of old school flavor into furious, uncontainable energy with not even a moment of filler. A more impassioned outing and a seemingly new lease on life, there’s plenty of gritty, heavy guitar work while also plugging endless melody into the equation. Elias Soriano’s vocals have never sounded better, and they even fit flamenco/middle eastern-esque guitars amid the alt-rock crunch and groove filled songcraft.” – Hails & Horns

“Their new self-titled album brings back the catchy alt-metal jams of yore and just rocks the fuck out without trying too hard to be something it isn’t. Shit is straight up good, son!!” – Metal Sucks

“Nonpoint, both the album and band, are filled with a continuous flow of unyielding energy.”– Loudwire 

Nonpoint Tour Dates (with Candlelight Red and Digital Summer)
January 18 – St Charles, IL – River Rock House
January 19-  Rochester, MN – Wicker Moose Hall
January 20–Fargo, ND – House of Rock @ The Hub
January 22– Minot, ND – The O’riginal Bar & Nightclub
January 23– Mandan, ND – O.N.E.
January 24– Casper, WY – The Place
January 25– Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre
January 26– Colorado Spring, CO – The Black Sheep
January 27– Cheyenne, WY – Atlas Theatre
January 28– Grand Junction, CO – Mesa Theatre & Club
January 29– Salt Lake City, UT – In The Venue
January 30– Billings, MT – Manny’s
January 31– Missoula, MT – The Palace Lounge
February 1– Boise, ID – Knitting Factory Concert House
February 2– Spokane, WA – Knotting Factory
February 3– Seattle, WA – El Corazon
February 5– Sacramento, CA – Ace of Spades
February 6– Reno, NV – Knitting Factory
February 8– Las Vegas, NV – Vinyl
February 9– West Hollywood, CA – Roxy Theatre
February 10– Scottsdale, AZ – PubRock Live
February 11– El Paso, TX – Tricky Falls
February 12– Abilene, TX – The Lucky Mule
February 13– Denton, TX – Rockin Rodeo
February 15– Shreveport, LA – The Riverside
February 16– Destin, FL – Club LA
February 17– Savannah, GA – Wild Wing Café
March 13– Augusta, GA – The Country Club*
*withP.O.D.

LINKS:
www.nonpoint.com
www.facebook.com/nonpointworld
www.twitter.com/nonpoint
Nonpoint iTunes http://glob.ly/2zF

 

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