NONPOINT: Madison Performance Footage Available

Video footage of Southern Florida's NONPOINT performing the song "What A Day" on December 12, 2009 in Madison, Wisconsin can be viewed below.

NONPOINT released an acoustic digital EP, "Cut The Cord", on December 8, 2009 via the band's own 954 Records in partnership with Rocket Science Ventures / RED / Sony. The five-song effort features acoustic renditions of NONPOINT classics "What A Day", "Circles", "Rabia", "Victim" and "Your Signs".

NONPOINT recently entered Belle City Sound in Racine, Wisconsin to begin recording a new full-length album with YEP! Productions' Chad Gray and Greg Tribbett (also members of MUDVAYNE and HELLYEAH) at the helm. The CD is slated for a spring release.

NONPOINT's fifth studio album, "Vengeance", was released in November 2007. The CD was recorded at Bieler Bros. Studios in Pompano Beach, Florida with producer Matt LaPlant (SIKTH).

"Vengeance" was the follow-up to the acclaimed "To The Pain" CD, which featured the breakout single "Bullet With A Name".


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