The Dallas quartet releases their fourth full-length album, Drowning Pool on Eleven Seven Music.
The album is a statement on various levels. It's a statement that Drowning Pool can write anything: from fist-pumping arena rock songs such as 'Feel Like I Do' and 'Let the Sin Begin' to the introspective acoustic haze of 'Alcohol Blind' and the pensive pain of 'Turns So Cold.' It's a statement that this band is airtight musically, with the combination of Ryan McCombs's roar, C.J. Pierce's fret fireworks, Stevie Benton's thundering bass lines and Mike Luce's propulsive percussive palette.
It's a statement that Drowning Pool won't stop, coming back with the fourth album of their decade-long career after withstanding the tragic death of original vocalist Dave Williams and parting with his replacement. Most importantly, it's a statement that Drowning Pool's music will be here forever.
- 1. Let the Sin Begin
- 2. Feel Like I Do
- 3. Turn So Cold
- 4. Regret
- 5. Over My Head
- 6. All About Me
- 7. More Than Worthless
- 8. Children of the Gun
- 9. Alcohol Blind
- 10. Horns Up
- 11. King Zero
May 25Bridgwater, UK SOiL with Drowning Pool at Cobblestones
Jun 07Houston, TX, US Drowning Pool with Blacktop Mojo, Downfall 2012, and Pulse Rate Zero at The Ballroom at Warehouse Live
- Drowning Pool Resilience (Eleven Seven)