Pop Evil releases remix of Trenches featuring hip hop legend DMC Dec12

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Pop Evil releases remix of Trenches featuring hip hop legend DMC

Michigan rock powerhouse, POP EVIL have debuted a remix version of their #1 Active Rock single “Trenches,” remixed by legendary hip-hop pioneer Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels.

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“It’s an honor getting to work with Rap Icon Darryl ‘D.M.C.’ McDaniels of RUN DMC on our Remix of #1 Rock Single ‘Trenches,’ says frontman Leigh Kakaty.  “Collaborating with D.M.C. has brought the song to a whole new level, and we are very excited to get it out there to see what the future brings.”

The brand new “Trenches” remix will be included on a super deluxe version of “Onyx,” which will be released on Tuesday, December 17th.Pre-orders are available nowPOP EVIL would like to let fans know that a special surprise will also be debuted on the same day.

The band is out on the road right now supporting their latest single “Deal With The Devil,” which is currently sitting at #2 on the Active rock charts with supporting acts YOUNG GUNS, GIRL ON FIRE and ERA 9. The band recently announced that they will be direct support for none other than STONE SOUR early in 2014. Click here for all tour dates.

 

1. Goodbye My Friend
2. Deal with the Devil
3. Trenches
4. Torn to Pieces
5. Divide
6. Beautiful
7. Silence & Scars
8. Sick Sense
9. Fly Away
10. Behind Closed Doors
11. Welcome to Reality
12. Flawed

POP EVIL released “Onyx,” their third studio LP earlier this year Accolades continue to pile up as the band releases their most comprehensive material to date.

Onyx” debuted at #39 on the Billboard Top 200 and #9 on the Independent Chart.

With over 10,000 copies sold in the first week of release, this makes “Onyx” the most successful first week in the band’s history.

This milestone is the latest in the band’s hard working radio career. POP EVIL has landed a total of 4 Top 10 Active Rock singles and 3 Top 5 Rock Singles on their last album, “War Of Angels.”

“This group is the average American heavy rock fan’s dream.” – The Aquarian Weekly

“Influenced largely by Shinedown, Puddle of Mudd, more proof that radio-ready hard-rock shlock will never die.” – SPIN

“Onyx rocks. It’s shinier than a new set of Tyfun chrome rims, if that vehicle needed twelve of them, & every lug nut is perfectly torqued.” – About.com

“The quintet has elevated its game on every level with this 12-track album” – The Oakland Press