Grand Rapids–based rock act shreds through hits such as “Boss’s Daughter” and “Footsteps” from their latest, Up
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How you know Pop Evil: as the Grand Rapids-based headbangers behind “Trenches,” “Hero,” and “Boss’s Daughter”
Why they’re called Pop Evil: according to an X-rated interview with Revolver, because the band represents “a contrast between the syrupy pop of mainstream radio and the evil bite of razor-edged metal.”
How Pop Evil shows their appreciation for the Michigan Wolverines: with the two-ton rock tribute “In the Big House”
Why Pop Evil might feel extra pop-ular these days: the mayor of Grand Rapids declared August 21 of 2015 as “Pop Evil” day to commemorate the release of their new album, Up
How Up lives…up to it’s name: It shot up the charts (number one on the Billboard Independent charts, number three on the Hard Rock charts) and spawned the number-one US Mainstream Hard Rock hit, “Footsteps”
What the critics think of Up: Renowned for Sound calls it “some of their best work to date” and Loudwire praises it as “their most ambitious album so far”
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