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Nonpoint return to studio to record new album for fall release

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Florida rockers Nonpoint have entered Groovemaster Studios in Chicago with Grammy nominated producer Johnny K (Disturbed, Staind, Megadeth) and Daniel Salcidoto to begin work on their forthcoming eighth studio album. The new album (the band’s second for Razor & Tie records) will be released this Fall. In 2012 the band released the eponymous "Nonpoint" (also produced by Johnny K) to rave reviews and their single “Left For You,” peaked at #16 at Active rock radio and also marked the longest running current track on the chart.

Nonpoint vocalist, Elias Soriano comments:

"It's great to be back in the studio with Johnny K. After the last record turned out so awesome, the way we saw it, why fix what ain't broke? Preproduction has gone smoothly and the songs luckily didn't seem to need a lot of work. So we're gonna get some ridiculous tones, play and sing our hearts out. We are going to have as much fun as we can doing it so hopefully that translates to the music."

Formed in 1997, Nonpoint has since released seven full-length albums and one live album selling over 800,000 albums in North America. With over a decade of extensive road work under their belts, the band has toured with All That Remains, Mudvayne, Papa Roach, Sevendust, Disturbed, Flyleaf, Buckcherry, Drowning Pool, Stone Sour, and Hell Yeah and graced the stages of Ozzfest, Rock On The Range and Summerfest.

Nonpoint is: Elias Soriano (vocals) and Robb Rivera (drums), Dave Lizzio (guitar), Adam Wolosyzn (bass), and Rasheed Thomas (guitar).

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