POP EVIL RELEASES NEW SELF-TITLED ALBUM FEATURING FOUR SONGS CO-WRITTEN BY RESERVOIR WRITER DAVE BASSETT
Rock band Pop Evil released their new self-titled album today, via eOne. With four out of eleven songs co-written by Reservoir writer Dave Bassett, (“A Crime To Remember”, “Be Legendary”, “When We Were Young”, and “Rewind”) the album evokes the emotions of rebellion and strength, bringing a vibrant, and energetic rock vibe. On coming together for the band’s fifth studio album, lead singer Leigh Kakaty revealed to Blabbermouth, “we wanted to remind people that we are a rock band, and we are influenced by metal, we are influenced by alt, take the pop, create more vibe around it, still keeping our melody, and really putting the emphasis on our evil, and making sure that our heavy sound was ready for the festivals that we play, and the crowd that we play for.”
Bassett is a longtime collaborator of the band, having co-written tracks for Pop Evil’s previous albums, War Of Angels, Onyx, and Up.
Stream the new album below: