Pop Evil
Pop Evil

Pop Evil

About Pop Evil

Pop Evil is a hard rock band from Michigan that has toured with Judas Priest, Papa Roach, and Black Label Society.

∙ The band’s 2010 single “Last Man Standing” was used to promote NASCAR’s Sprint Cup Series and TV broadcasts of the NHL playoffs.
∙ They’ve had four full-lengths peak in the Top 3 of Billboard’s Hard Rock Albums chart, including 2011’s No. 1 hit War of Angels.
∙ Pop Evil cowrote the 2012 hit “Boss’s Daughter” with Mötley Crüe guitarist Mick Mars, who also played on the track and appeared in the song’s video.
∙ Their song “Trenches” won Song of the Year honors at 2013’s Rock Radio Awards.
∙ Five Pop Evil singles have hit No. 1 on Billboard’s airplay-driven Mainstream Rock chart, led by 2015’s midtempo rocker “Footsteps.”

    Grand Rapids, MI
    November, 2001

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