P.O.D. Commence Work On New Album
P.O.D. have commenced work on the follow-up to 2003's "Payable On Death", Undercover News reports.
According to the group's newsletter, "the new songs are coming out very, very heavy. We're in a place where we can hear from Jah and bring honor to the almighty".
The message alludes to changes happening within the P.O.D. environment but doesn't go into specifics. "This is all we care about right now. Thanks for praying. Something extraordinary is happening with P.O.D. right now."
No timeline has been announced for the completion of the record. However, the band stress that "P.O.D. have built a 12-year career without compromising for anyone".
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