NONPOINT: 'To The Pain' TV Spot Posted Online

October 5, 2005

A TV spot for NONPOINT's new album, "To the Pain", has been posted online at this location. The video features never-before-seen footage and a clip of the Ft. Lauderdale-based hard rock outfit's video for their new single, "Bullet with a Name".

NONPOINT's fourth album, "To the Pain" is scheduled for release on November 8 via Bieler Bros./Lava. "Bullet with a Name" has received a lot of early radio play and has clocked as the #1 requested song on Active Rock radio stations such as WJJO, WPBZ, WZOR and has defeated the likes of SLIPKNOT, SEVENDUST, KORN, GORILLAZ, and HAWTHORNE HEIGHTS in early head-to-head request match-ups.

"To the Pain" track listing:

01. Bullet with a Name
02. There's Going to Be a War
03. The Wreckoning
04. Alive and Kicking
05. Explain Yourself
06. Buscandome
07. To the Pain
08. Ren-dish'en
09. Explain Myself?
10. Skin
11. Code Red
12. Wrong Before
13. The Longest Beginning
14. The Shortest Ending

NONPOINT will return to the road later this month with THE BLACK MARIA and BURN SEASON in tow.

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