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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5

16 Ratings

ADDICTING!

Tornado J,

I was turned on to this band by a friend of mine that was a big fan of Sevendust like myself. I got hooked on this band with the song "Your Signs" and so i decided to buy the next album. I am glad I did, this band rocks like Sevendust & Flaw and has sweet guitar screams in it. If your like me and listen for the Bass guitar, you'll love it in this CD. Buy it!!!!!!

They're Almost There

@GhostLead_30k,

It's rare to find an album where just about 90% of the songs are amazing. nonpoint nailed it something fierce with their third album. They just keep getting better and better, it's like they can't help it. If you need something to air guitar to, this is the album. The Truth was a power house with me for awhile, I'd have that song on repeat morning, noon and night. I must say I felt the anger in Rabia. Past it All, In the Air Tonight, Wait are wonderful standouts.

About Nonpoint

Formed in Miami in 1997, Nonpoint is an alternative metal/rap-metal foursome whose members have included vocalist Elias Soriano, drummer Robb Rivera, guitarist Andrew Goldman and bassist Ken "KB" MacMillan. Occasionally, the bilingual Soriano sings and raps in Spanish, although the vast majority of Nonpoint's lyrics are in English. Nonpoint's first CD, Separate Yourself, was released independently in 1997 and was followed by 1999's Struggle on Jugular and 2000's Statement on MCA. After several tours with artists like Sevendust, Linkin Park, and Staind, the band stepped back into the studio and returned in the summer of 2002 with Development. They released Recoil in 2004, a 13-track collection of streamlined power that included a cover of Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight."

Nonpoint eventually signed on with producer Jason Bieler's Bieler Bros. Records, where they released 2005's To the Pain, their 2006 live album Live and Kicking, and 2007's Vengeance. In 2008, Nonpoint announced they were parting ways with Goldman, who was replaced by guitarist Zach Broderick. Miracle arrived in 2010 and debuted at number 59 on the Billboard 200 chart. Before the follow-up, the band rearranged the lineup, with new bassist Adam Woloszyn replacing MacMillan and guitarist Rasheed Thomas taking over for Broderick. 2012's Johnny K-produced eponymous Nonpoint, which was released through Razor & Tie, saw the band moving in a more post-grunge direction. Arriving in 2014, The Return would be the group's highest-charting LP to date, debuting at number 38 on the Top 200. At this time, BC Kochmit joined Nonpoint to make the band a quartet.

In early 2016 Nonpoint released the single "Generation Idiot" in anticipation of their ninth studio long-player, The Poison Red, which dropped later that summer. Red debuted at #2 on the Billboard Hard Rock chart, #7 on the Alternative and Top Rock charts, and at #73 on the Top 200. ~ Alex Henderson

  • ORIGIN
    Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • FORMED
    1997

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