P.O.D. Release ‘Lost in Forever’; Sonny Sandoval Talks Whosoevers


Story by Anne Erickson

P.O.D. release their new album, ‘Murdered Love,’ on June 19

Christian rap-rockers P.O.D. are getting closer and closer to the release of their first new studio album in four years, “Murdered Love,” and the guys are giving fans another sample of what’s to come on the new album. Earlier this month, the band posted a free download of “Eyez” on their official website, and now, the guys have posted the album’s first single, “Lost in Forever,” online. The song is also available for purchase on iTunes.

“Murdered Love” reaches stores on June 19, and you can the guys will preview new tracks off the album when they set on their North American tour on April 28 at the Tampa Bay Times Forum in Tampa, Fla. RED and Brian “Head” Welch’s band, Love and Death, open on the trek.

In other P.O.D. news, singer Sonny Sandoval is keeping active with the faith-based nonprofit organization the Whosoevers, which he launched with Welch (formerly of Korn), Ryan Ries, Lacey Mosley of Flyleaf and other Christian rock musicians.

“The name comes from one of the most famous scriptures, Psalm 3:16 that says, ‘God so love the world that he gave his only begotten son that whosoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life,’” Sandoval told Audio Ink Radio. “Because we’re quote, unquote celebrities, we get opportunities to go into schools and get invited to a lot of speaking engagements where we can just be real and be real. We’re not preachers. We just come out and say, ‘Hey, this is our life and do it all through God’s grace and mercy.’”




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