Pop Evil vs. My Darkest Days – Cage Match
Anthrax earned their rightful spot in our Cage Match Hall of Fame with the song ‘I’m Alive’ nabbing its fifth-straight win with a victory over rock heavyweights Linkin Park yesterday. Now, with the almighty Anthrax having successfully making their way through the gauntlet, two new contenders have been chosen to begin their own possible reigns of honor.
Michigan hard rock band Pop Evil make their return to Cage Match with their new single ‘Boss’s Daughter.’ The track is from Pop Evil’s second studio album ‘War of Angels,’ released in July 2011, and follows the big radio hit ‘Monster You Made.’
My Darkest Days make their Cage Match debut today with their 2012 single ‘Casual Sex.’ The song will pioneer the band’s upcoming sophomore album. My Darkest Days were recently announced as the opening act on the mammoth North American tour featuring Nickelback, Seether and Bush.
Which of these two rock bands will make it to another round of the Cage Match? The decision is yours! Listen to both tracks and vote for your favorite below:
Pop Evil, ‘Boss’s Daughter’
My Darkest Days, ‘Casual Sex’
Rules of Cage Match:
There are no rules … except this one: If a song remains the reigning champ for five straight cage matches, it is retired to the Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame. With so many great songs out there, we have to give other bands a chance!