American rock band POP EVIL has inked a worldwide deal with eOne Music. The band's long-awaited new album, "War Of Angles", will be released on July 5. The CD is being helmed by Grammy Award-nominated producer/engineer Johnny K, who has previously worked with MEGADETH, DISTURBED and SOIL, among others.

According to a press release, POP EVIL went as far as to tear up its old record contract on stage during the band's performance at the Rock On The Range festival last month before announcing its new home. SPIN.com hailed it one of the "10 Best Moments of Rock on the Range."

POP EVIL has enjoyed early success with its hit single "Last Man Standing" which peaked at No. 5 on the active rock charts.

"War Of Angles" is the follow-up to "Lipstick On The Mirror", which came out in 2008.

POP EVIL is Leigh Kakaty (lead vocals), Dylan Allison (drums), Davey Grahs (guitar), Tony Greve (guitar) and Matt DiRito (bass).


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