NONPOINT: New Single Posted Online

September 18, 2005

A brand-new NONPOINT track, entitled "Bullet with a Name", has been posted online at The song is the first single off the Ft. Lauderdale-based hard rock outfit's fourth album, "To the Pain", due out on November 8 via Bieler Bros./Lava. The track is set to impact radio on October 10.

NONPOINT's third album, "Recoil", was released in August 2004 through Bieler Bros./Lava. The CD was recorded at Bieler Bros. Studios, located in Pompano Beach, FL, and was co-produced by NONPOINT and Jason Bieler.

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