NONPOINT Announce European Dates Ahead Of Upcoming Album Release

April 30, 2002

NONPOINT have lined up the following European dates during May:

May 18 – Nurbergring, GER - Rock Am Ring
May 19 – Nurnberg, UK - Rock Im Park
May 22 – Manchester, UK - Hop And Grape
May 23 – London, UK - Underworld
May 24 – Glasgow, UK - Cathouse
May 25 – Donington Park, UK @ Castle Donnington

NONPOINT's new album, entitled Development, is scheduled for a June 25th release through MCA Records. The first single and video, "Your Signs", will be released shortly. There will also be a special limited edition EP called Overture with "Your Signs", an acoustic version of "What A Day" and two previously unreleased early demos from the bands earliest recording sessions.

NONPOINT will be featured on the upcoming MCA Records/NASCAR compilation CD, entitled Crank It Up, with their song "Circles".

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