NONPOINT are embarking on a headlining tour this month and are taking out the band they discovered, SUNSET BLACK, as support. "They are actively looking to discover the greatest new bands in the world and encourage fans and bands to come out to the shows and pass along any demos they think should be considered," reads a statement on NONPOINT's official web site. "They are currently working with Bieler Brothers/MCA Records to develop and discover new artists. Other bands talk shit about supporting the scene and new music, but NONPOINT puts their money where their mouth is."Demo submissions should be made in the form of a CD or cassette with three songs or more (CD is preferred), video of show or rehearsal (but not necessary), and one-page bio (make sure contact info is on CD and the jewel case). A box for submissions will be present at the merchandise table at every show, and all demos will be listened to.
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