Pop Evil is an American rock band that originated in North Muskegon, Michigan, in 2001. The group has built a reputation for blending the aggressive elements of hard rock with catchy hooks and melodic sensibilities, creating a sound that both critiques and celebrates the nuances of popular culture.

Originally formed by frontman Leigh Kakaty, the band went through a few lineup changes before settling into a more consistent ensemble. Over the years, they have released multiple studio albums that have garnered attention not only from rock enthusiasts but also mainstream audiences.

Notable albums include “Onyx” (2013), which features hit singles like “Trenches” and “Deal with the Devil,” and “Up” (2015), which continued to solidify the band’s reputation for creating anthemic, radio-friendly rock music. Their musical output typically explores themes such as rebellion, societal issues, and personal empowerment, all delivered with a level of craftsmanship that shows their evolution as artists.

Known for their energetic live performances, Pop Evil has spent years touring with renowned acts and playing on some of the biggest stages across North America and beyond. Whether it’s a small club or a massive festival, the band is recognized for their ability to connect with fans through their impassioned performances.