NONPOINT: First Installment In 'Vengeance' Video Diary Series Available

South Florida's NONPOINT has uploaded the intial installment of its "Vengeance" video diary series. Check it out below.

NONPOINT recently posted a new track, entitled "March of War", on its MySpace page. The song comes off the group's fifth studio album, "Vengeance", due on November 6 via Bieler Bros. Records. The CD was recorded at Bieler Bros. Studios in Pompano Beach, FL with producer Matt LaPlant (SIKTH). "Vengeance" will be the follow-up to the acclaimed "To The Pain" CD, which featured the breakout single "Bullet With A Name".

NONPOINT will spend this fall co-headlining "The Great American Rampage" tour alongside Bieler Bros. Records labelmates and ragga-punk-metal kings SKINDRED. Rounding out the amazing bill will be Ozzfest breakout band ANKLA and Aussie award-winners KARNIVOOL.

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