Pop Evil released their highly anticipated 3D / 360-degree music video for their single Take It All today. The video was shot at Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA last year, one of the band’s highlighted performances of 2015. Watch it here.

Pop Evil recently announced a new batch of Canadian tour dates, starting today in Windsor, Ontario at Food & Cork Festival, and ending in Oshawa, before they hit the U.S. to support 3 Doors Down, with friends in Red Sun Rising opening the night. The trek kicks off on August 26th in Charleston, West Virginia at the Municipal Auditorium, and goes through the first week of October ending in Durham, North Carolina at the Durham Performing Arts Center. The dates will be the precursor to Pop Evil supporting 3 Doors Down in Europe in October and November (see complete list below).

The band wrapped up a buzzworthy tour supporting Rob Zombie and Disturbed on a month long trek that included a highlighted stop at Rock On The Range.


July 8th – Food & Cork Festival – Windsor, ON

July 13th – Centennial Regional Arena – Brooks, AB

July 14th – Lloydminster Exhibition – Lloydminster, SK

July 16th – Chicago Open Air – Bridgeview, IL

July 17th – Ohio State Reformatory – Mansfield, OH

July 23rd – Rock On The River – Timmins, ON

July 28th – Average Joe’s – Lethbridge, AB

July 31st – Grizfest Music Festival – Tumbler Ridge, BC

August 6th – Heavy MTL – Montreal, QC

August 7th – Maxwell’s – Kitchener, ON

August 8th – London Music Hall – London, ON

August 9th – Oshawa Music Hall – Oshawa, ON

August 21st – White River Ampitheatre – Auburn, WA

August 25th – Hard Times Café – Fredericksburg, VA

August 26th – Charleston Municipal Auditorium – Charleston, WV

August 27th – Rex Theatre – Pittsburgh, PA

August 28th – Goodyear Theater – Akron, OH

August 30th – Devos Auditorium – Grand Rapids, MI

September 3rd – Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort – Mount Pleasant, MI

September 7th – F.M. Kirby Center – Wilkes-Barre, PA

September 9th – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA

September 10th – Circus Maximus Theater at Caesar’s – Atlantic City, NJ

September 11th – Count Basie Theatre – Red Bank, NJ

September 13th – Crouse Hinds Theatre – Syracuse, NY

September 14th – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA

September 16th – The Palace Theatre – Albany, NY

September 17th – OC Bikefest @ The Inlet Lodge – Ocean City, MD

September 18th – Boonsboro Event Center – Boonsboro, MD

September 21st – Orpheum Theatre – Memphis, TN

September 23rd – Shreveport Municipal Auditorium – Bossier City, LA

September 26th – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN

September 28th – Murat Theatre at Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN

September 30th – The Shack Event Center – Fond Du Lac, WI

October 2nd – Champions Park – Louisville, KY

October 5th – The Fillmore Detroit – Detroit, MI

October 7th – Durham Performing Act Center – Durham, NC

October 19th –  Columbiahalle – Berlin, Germany

October 20th – Mehr! Theater – Hamburg, Germany

October 22nd – Palladium – Koln, Germany

October 24th – Zenith – Munchen, Germany

October 25th – Porsche Arena – Stuttgart, Germany

October 26th – Gasometer – Vienna, Austria

October 28th – Eulachhallle – Winterthur, Switzerland

October 29th – Stadhalle – Offenbach, Germany

October 31st – 013 – Tilburg, Netherlands

November 2nd – O2 Academy – Bristol, United Kingdom

November 3rd – O2 Academy – Birmingham, United Kingdom

November 5th – Academy – Manchester, United Kingdom

November 6th – Hammersmith Apollo – London, United Kingdom

January 16th – Shiprocked – Miami, FL

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