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P.O.D., short for Payable on Death, rocks fans worldwide with their grooving, rap-rock rhythms! Songs like “Alive,” “Boom,” “Rock the Party,” and “Southtown” helped put P.O.D. on the map! Don't miss your chance to see Sonny Sandoval and the rest of P.O.D. LIVE! Buy your P.O.D. concert tickets now!
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P.O.D. ROCKS
By ROCK STAR from WESTMINSTER on 8/5/2006
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Lighting, Great Sound, Perfect Set List
Cons:
CHARIOT SUCKED
Best For:
Everyone

PHENOMINAL

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P.O.D. Concert Tickets

Born-again Christian group P.O.D is headed to a concert hall near you to show off its smooth reggae tunes mixed with hip hop, rock and a bit of a Latin influence. The quartet, also known as Payable on Death, has been widely influenced by some of the most talented bands of the 90s such as Green Day, Pennywise, Bad Brains and the Vandals. Get your P.O.D. tickets to see SoCal's favorite eclectic band.

Brown, Snuff the Punk and Satellite are a few of the albums that helped the band rise to fame. Later, "Rock the Party" boosted the band's album The Fundamental Elements of Southtown to platinum status. The group performed at Ozzfest with industry big shots such as Crazy Town and Staind. Eventually P.O.D. released "Youth of the Nation," a song which seamlessly collaborated elements of hip hop, punk and reggae, and it catapulted the group to the level of other genre-similar bands such as Korn and Limp Bizkit.

In addition to successful touring throughout the nation and releasing chart-topping albums, P.O.D. has worked on tracks for popular movies like Adam Sandler's "Little Nicky" and Al Pacino's "Any Given Sunday."