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Tag Archives: Drowning Pool

Concert Calendar (10/3-10/9): Tall Stages. Wednesday 13, The Contortionist, & more:

Posted by on October 3, 2022

  Happy (finally) October to you and all the pumpkin kings and queens! Between Airbourne, Eric Clapton, Testament, and Wednesday 13 over the last week, we’ve been absolutely blessed and full of an absolutely fantastic September. That feels awesome, but I think we need to turn the RPM on our lives up a little more. […]

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Drowning Pool streaming new single “Choke”

Posted by on August 26, 2022

  Drowning Pool have released their new song “Choke.” the track is the second single taken from their upcoming album, Strike A Nerve, out September 30th via T-Boy/UME.   Guitarist CJ Pierce comments: “’Choke’ is another one of my favorite songs off Strike A Nerve. Musically, we really wanted to push ourselves to extremes on […]

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Drowning Pool streaming new song “Mind Right;” new album arriving in September

Posted by on August 8, 2022

  Drowning Pool have announced their first new album in six years, Strike A Nerve, is scheduled to arrive on September 30th via T-BOY/UMe. To celebrate the announcement, the first single, “Mind Right,” is now available to stream.    Vocalist Jasen Moreno comments: “This record is so badass, it’s perfect. It’s the four of us […]

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Eleven debut albums that turned twenty in 2021

Posted by on December 20, 2021

  One year removed from 2000, bringing us a new year, decade, century, and millennia, 2001 came rolling in with one simple question: “Now What?” The year 2000 brought its own set of questions and concerns, but the world hadn’t ended. The computer crash never came. There was no hellfire and brimstone. Life moved on. […]

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The Brothers in Arms Tour featuring Drowning Pool and Ill Niño postponed till 2022

Posted by on September 29, 2021

  The Brothers In Arms Tour which will feature Drowning Pool, Ill Niño, (hed)p.e. and Evolution Empire was set to begin today, September 29th, but has been postponed to early 2022. Here is the joint statement issued earlier today: “We regret to announce that the Brothers In Arms Tour is being postponed. The escalating costs, […]

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Trapt, Buckcherry, Drowning Pool, Etc gearing up to play festival with no COVID-19 regulations

Posted by on July 23, 2020

  Trapt is having a hard time not being the center of attention, so it’s only appropriate that they play a festival that requires no masks or any social distancing. Along with Trapt, Buckcherry, Drowning Pool, Smash Mouth, Adelita’s Way, Lit, Quiet Riot, Saving Abel, Night Ranger and more will be playing the annual Sturgis Buffalo […]

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Mushroomhead & Drowning Pool to replace DevilDriver on upcoming Static-X tour

Posted by on October 24, 2019

DevilDriver has announced that they will be dropping off from the fall 2019 leg of Static-X’s “Wisconsin Death Trip” 20th-anniversary tour. The band had also dropped out from the first-ever Megadeth Cruise. Frontman Dez Fafara will be taking care of his wife, Anahstasia as she battles her fight with cancer. Dez went ahead and posted the following […]

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Metal Hammer reveal their 40 best nu-metal songs of all time

Posted by on October 23, 2019

Metal Hammer compiled a list of The 40 Best Nu-Metal Songs Of All Time. We are a bit surprised by this list, and it has nothing to do with the song rankings. The list seems more of a clump of hits from the mid-90s up until the early 2000s. This being instead of the genre […]

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Woman covering Drowning Pool’s “Bodies” goes viral, catches attention of band

Posted by on September 19, 2019

Video of a woman covering Drowning Pool’s “Bodies” at a karaoke bar in Maryland went viral Wednesday (18th). Dressed unassumingly in a billowy floral dress and white cardigan, the woman struggles atonally through the sung verse, but nails the more aggressive chorus, getting growly and guttural at the perfect moments. She then proceeds to get […]

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Old dude to join Drowning Pool onstage again

Posted by on November 28, 2016

Remember John Hetlinger. It’s ok if you don’t, it’s been a long year. He was the 82 year-old that sound up winning America’s heart on America’s Got Talent by his amazingly angry rendition of Drowning Pool’s “Bodies.” The guy struck a nerve, and not only did the band say that they’d  be “more than down to […]

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