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P.O.D. unveils a collaboration in “DROP”, feat. Randy Blythe of Lamb of God

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P.O.D. have shared the video for their latest single, “DROP“. With a musical journey that has spanned over three decades, their latest offering brings together the formidable voices of P.O.D.’s Sonny Sandoval and Lamb of God’s Randy Blythe.

From their inception, P.O.D. has been synonymous with a raw, unyielding spirit. Their music, a testament to time, showcases a band that has never been complacent. Sonny Sandoval, with his distinctive vocals, Marcos Curiel on the guitar, and Traa Daniels with the bass, form a trio that has remained resolute in their journey, exuding both heart and soul. As Marcos Curiel rightfully puts it, “When it comes to heart, grit and soul, P.O.D. is your band.”

Their dedication to their craft and their fans has seen them produce several hits over the years. However, vocalist Sonny Sandoval’s words emphasize their ever-present determination: “We’re always still proving who we are — always having that punk-rock mentality.”

As a band that constantly pushes boundaries, P.O.D. found themselves inspired once again. They are currently five years post the release of their studio album “Circles”, a project that boasts more than 50 million streams and brought us the hit, “Listening to Silence”. But the new era beckons, and P.O.D. answers the call with “Drop“.


A song that promises to be an auditory delight, “Drop” features a powerful collaboration with Randy Blythe, Lamb of God’s frontman. When discussing the creation of the track, Curiel, an electronic music enthusiast, notes, “When that drop hits, everyone knows it. We needed to create a song in that way…P.O.D. style.”

“‘DROP’ is another one of a kind, unparalleled banger that sets this band apart from everyone else,” says Sandoval. “When you hear it, you know it’s P.O.D.!”


Despite their huge success and long history, P.O.D. remains a band devoted to its fanbase. Their live performances are not just shows; they are experiences, each more captivating than the last. With notable appearances in Sick New World, INKcarceration, and Hell and Heaven Fest, the band has also rubbed shoulders with big names like KORN, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Evanescence, and Seether.

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