Pop Evil Release 360-Degree Music Video for ‘Take It All’

2016-07-16

Story by Charles Ken

Watch Leigh Kakaty and Pop Evil in 360 degrees

Michigan rockers Pop Evil have a new single on the rock charts, “Take It All,” and the guys have unleashed a live, 360-degree video for the tune. The band – which includes singer Leigh Kakaty, guitarist Davey Grahs, guitarist Nick Fuelling and bass player Matt DiRito – filmed the music video during the group’s performance at the 2015 Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, California. The 360-degree video shows the guys performance at each angle.

“Take It All” is a track off Pop Evil’s newest studio album, “Up.” The song is currently inside the top 10 on mainstream rock radio. It’s yet another hit for Pop Evil, who already have two hit singles off “Up”: “Footsteps,” which went No. 1,” and “Ways to Get High,” which went No. 2.

In other news, Pop Evil have been tapped to open for 3 Doors Down on the band’s upcoming headlining tour later this summer. That tour kicks off Aug. 26 in Charleston, West Virginia. They also have some random tour dates with up-and-comers Red Sun Rising up ahead. For the band’s full tour itinerary, visit PopEvil.com.

Watch Pop Evil’s 360-Degree Music Video for ‘Take It All’:


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Posted by Charles Ken | Music, Rock, Rock News

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