Pop Evil Unleash New Single ‘In Disarray’

The New song “In Disarray” is the follow-up track to “Footsteps,” which premiered June 1st. Listen to “In Disarray” below:

Michigan-based rockers POP EVIL will release their new album, titled “Up“,on August 21 via eOne Music. Recorded at Studio Litho, Robert Lang Studios and London Bridge Studios with producer Adam Kasper (PEARL JAM, SOUNDGARDEN, FOO FIGHTERS), the CD is “the sound of a rock band cementing a powerful identity that’s steadily materialized over the course of three prior full-length slabs,” according to a press release.



  1. Footsteps
  2. Core
  3. In Disarray
  4. Take It All
  5. Ghost Of Muskegon
  6. If Only For Now
  7. Ways to Get High
  8. Lux
  9. Vendetta
  10. Dead In The Water
  11. Seattle Rain
  12. Til Kingdom Come

Pop Evil singer Leigh Kakaty says of “In Disarray”: “It definitely has a different musical texture than anything we have previously released. There’s something about this song that didn’t make us second-guess releasing it as our next instant-gratification track. We are humbled by the success so far, and can’t wait to spread the word with these songs with our live show.”

Kakaty has said that the inspiration behind the rest of the album Up “comes from a personal reawakening. Our last album, Onyx, was written from such a dark place because of the struggles to get to the next level in our career. We really were in the trenches making that album. It was so important when writing this new album to put the darkness behind us and start focusing on a positive mind-set. One step at a time, and we look forward to the future through hard work and persistence. We’re coming!”

In Disarray” is featured on the band’s forthcoming album Up, due Aug. 21 via eOne Music.


  • Jay Maran

    Jay was a Media Coordinator and Radio Presenter here at Metal Express Radio. Jay is from central Birmingham, UK, not far from his favorite venue the Birmingham NEC. He has been involved in music since falling in love back in 1972 with Hawkind's Silver Machine. Unfortunately, he listened more to the radio as a kid than paying attention to homework. Whilst most teens were supporting the Top 40, Jay was too busy building his collection of Rock albums, mostly on cassettes back then. "I don’t miss the hiss either," Jay says. His first Metal album was Iron Maiden’s Killers, and since then he has worked onstage, off stage and in the studio, as a performer/recording artist.

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