Nonpoint The Poison Red on Colored 2LP
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Nonpoint's Spinefarm Records debut The Poison Red is chock full of the band's patented, tried-and-true anthems, which fans often look to as a source of inspiration for conquering adversity in their own lives. It's that sort of deep connection with fans that has kept Nonpoint vital for twenty years. Lead single "Generation Idiot," rails against Internet tough guys and text-message fairweather friends, emphasizing the power of deeper means of communication and connection, which includes music. It's also one of the heaviest songs in the Nonpoint repertoire.
"This record tells a lot of stories," said vocalist Elias Soriano. "Going from guts to glory. Chasing impossible dreams down the rabbit hole. Harsh and honest words with consequences attached. Uncovered rules for the weak, made by the wicked and heartless. Recalling fight or flight moments with a deep breath. And it all starts with a warning to all the world's generations past, present and future to look up, look forward and live their lives loose from social media shackles, online bullying, the devaluation of art and music, and to not be absorbed by the dramatic, megalomaniacal side of politics. Life is right outside of your phone and newsfeed. Go live it and play this record while you do. It'll all start to make sense."