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P.O.D.'s forthcoming new studio album Murdered Love sees the band's original line-up consisting of Sonny Sandoval (Vocals), Wuv Bernardo (Drums), Marcos Curiel (Guitar) and Traa Daniels (Bass) rejuvenated on an 11-song collection that features some quartet's most explosive material to date a sound that is both classic, and yet, completely re-invented in its sonic sheen. Murdered Love includes multiple singles each continuing the positive, forward thinking message that colored the band's most memorable releases garnering them millions of fans. New songs like "Lost In Forever", "Higher" and the soaring ballad, "Beautiful" serve as reminders of just how relevant this movement still is. Murdered Love reunites P.O.D. with super-producer Howard Benson (who also produced the massive Satellite album) and now one of today's most in-demand producers who's recent production work includes albums from Kelly Clarkson, Theory Of A Deadman, Daughtry, and My Chemical Romance.
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  • Audio CD (July 10, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: July 10, 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Razor & Tie
  • Run Time: 41 minutes
  • ASIN: B007X4N0DU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
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I didn't immediately like it. Is that a surprise? After being blown away by the Howard Benson produced "Satellite" and then noticing a pattern of great release ("Satellite"), underwhelming release ("Payable On Death"), great release ("Testify"), underwhelming release ("When Angels & Serpents Dance"), I was anticipating and salivating at the next Howard Benson produced should be great release. With my expectations running so high I was practically guaranteed disappointment upon first listen. With first listens you get impressions. You need several listens to let the moods, the grooves, and the nuances to settle into your psyche. This release is no different; it needs multiple listens. While I do believe it is a more obvious/ less nuanced and cleaner release than most of their LPs it still contains a lot that you're not going to take in on first listen because the heaviness of the album will dominate your impressions. The quiter songs and the playful creativity and diversity will be missed. This is a modern rock album like their last release and it stands on its own as a good P.O.D. album with the boys experimenting just a little bit while keeping their message real. Is it better than or equal to "Satellite" or "Testify"? No way. Better than "Payable On Death"? Oh, yes. Easily. Better than "When Angels & Serpents Dance"? Yep, but by how much? You'll have to answer that question for yourself.

(1) Eyez ~ "You keep laughing now you're gonna regret it then." A heavy thrumming song about judgment day. The song is serious minded and musically heavy handedd. Heavy repetition, which we'll find is used throughout this release, is used here to repeatedly blister the ears.
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1) Eyez - 9/10
Been out a while so many probably already know it. Features Sonny's famous screams and some great guitar work from Marcus. It's a hard rocking song
that starts the album of perfectly.

2) Murdered Love - 7/10
Murdered Love is the title track and a good follow up for Eyez. However, the repetition from the guest artist is a little bit much. Besides the guest artist, this is a nice heavy song with plenty of Sonny's Screams to voice a strong message.

3) Higher 10/10
Brilliant! Super catchy chorus and great verses rapped by Sonny. Brings back memories of their Satellite era.

4) Lost in Forever 8/10
First single of the record. I would say that is song is the most similar to their recent styles (ie When Angels and Serpents Dance). That being said I found this to be a much stronger single. It really is just good stuff.

5) West Coast Rock Steady 6/10
They seem to have a song like this every album. Fast tempo, rap heavy with a funky chorus. Better than the counterpart on most of their previous records. Still, the chorus isn't great so it gets labeled as the worst song on the album.

6) Beautiful 9/10
Amazing song! It's somewhat lyrically reminiscent of "It Can't Rain Everyday" and "Youth of the Nation". Pretty guitar rifts by Marcus occur throughout the track. It starts slower but builds into something pretty heavy.

7) Babylon the Murderer 8/10
Their "reggaeish" song of the record. For those of you that don't generally dig their reggae stuff, don't count this one out. It's much heavier than their normal reggae tracks and is definitely a catchy track. Great solo by Marcus at the end surrounded by Sonny's screams so you can't go wrong there.
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A lengthy four years after When Angels & Serpents Dance, P.O.D. return with their eighth album, Murdered Love. It is also the second album to feature original guitarist Marcos Curiel since his departure following 2001's Satellite.

Although Satellite was a hugely successful album considered a masterpiece by many, it created a rather difficult situation for fans of the band. It was the fourth consecutive album with Marcos Curiel and the most well-received, and then he was replaced by Jason Truby for two albums. Satellite thus become high point to which P.O.D. fans will likely refer when judging future albums. On the one hand, that isn't totally unreasonable, but it is now rather unnecessary.

When Angels & Serpents Dance was something of a disappointment for fans wanting a triumphant, loud, and energetic return of Marcos Curiel. It was a mostly melancholy album bearing little resemblance to anything previously released by P.O.D. And there is thus a lot riding on Murdered Love, not to mention it being produced by Howard Benson, who was also at the helm of Satellite.

But Murdered Love doesn't sound anything like Satellite. After Testify, P.O.D. chose to play in a style largely resembling hard rock rather than alternative metal. This is most noticeable in the prevalence of chords over riffs and a less distorted sound. Also, P.O.D. no longer have anything to prove. They don't need to scream and shout the same way they did on tracks such as "Boom" and "Masterpiece Conspiracy." P.O.D. have long since defied all critics and continued to release high quality (as well as very diverse) albums for about 20 years. The clearest evidence of this is how relaxed they are on the track "West Coast Rock Steady," which would have undoubtedly been extremely heavy a decade ago.
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