After the voting had concluded, "Breathe" was announced as the new single after winning the vote. In June 2010, the band announced that Johnny K would be the producer of the album.
The name of the album signifies the struggle people experience when trying to leave their pasts behind.
The band was formed from pieces of other Michigan bands in 2001, originally known as Ten Five.
They then released independently an album and a 3–song EP, "War of the Roses" (2004) and "Ready or Not" (2006), the latter featuring the concert favorite "Somebody Like You".
The album was also later released as a Deluxe Edition with 4 bonus tracks only available on i Tunes and at the band's live shows.Later, guitarist Tony Greve was added as a temporary studio musician for the band but was invited to become a full-time member in early 2007. single börsen Dortmund Around that time, bassist Jamie Nummer left the band for personal reasons and was replaced by Matt Di Rito, formerly of Archangel and Before the Fire.Being noted fans of the Michigan Wolverines football team, Pop Evil released "In the Big House", a single that appropriates many of the lyrics from the University of Michigan fight song, "The Victors".The song title refers to an unofficial name for Michigan Stadium, "The Big House", itself referring to its status as the largest stadium in the United States and the third largest stadium in the world.
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In September 2010, the band debuted the first single from War Of Angels, "Last Man Standing", in an exclusive video with UFC fighter Frank Mir. In April 2011, the band played "Monster You Made" live acoustically on the Bubba the Love Sponge Show and stated it was a song the band hoped might be an album single.The single was later featured on the NHL Network for the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals, the NFL on Fox Post game show for the 2011 NFC Championship game between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers, several episodes of NASCAR on Fox and ESPN's Sports Center, and on the July 8th 2011 episode of ESPN 2 Friday Night Fights. War of Angels was originally expected to be released February 8, 2011 but in a press release on February 1, 2011, the band announced that War of Angels would be delayed due to "conflicts out of the bands control." On May 22, 2011 at a concert in Columbus, OH, the band symbolically ripped up their contract with Universal Music and announced a new deal with e One Music.The Republic release was Engineered/Produced/Mixed by Chuck Alkazian & mastered by Chris Bellman of Bernie Grundman Mastering. The single "100 in a 55" peaked on the Active Rock charts at No.The band worked with producer Al Sutton (Kid Rock) from Rust Belt Studios in Royal Oak, MI and Chuck Alkazian of Pearl Sound in Canton, MI on Lipstick on the Mirror.
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In April 2008, Pazzo Music released their first national radio single "Hero" which peaked inside the top 25 at Active Rock radio.
In July and August 2009, Pop Evil, along with Whitesnake, supported Judas Priest on the Judas Priest, British Steel (album) 30th Anniversary North American tour.
In July 2009 the band gave the fans the chance to pick their next single. In January 2010, the band announced they were heading back into the studio to record a new album, War of Angels.
Pop Evil's debut studio album, Lipstick on the Mirror, was released August 12, 2008, and it features radio favorites "Hero", "Somebody Like You", "100 in a 55", and "Stepping Stone." The album was released on independent label Pazzo Music that is distributed by Universal Music Group subsidiary, Fontana Distribution.
The band distributed a special edition of the album free of charge to their devoted local fans at a concert at the Intersection in Grand Rapids, MI, on May 29, 2008.