Drowning in the pool
Mike Luce – Drums
Jasen Moreno – Vocals
Monster riffs, group moving grooves and monstrous vocals will be the tools with which DROWNING POOL build victory out of tragedy, steadily evolve without compromise, and stay true with their followers with more than a decade’s well worth of remarkable fortitude and attitude. HELLELUJAH is totally the record album their particular diehard followers demanded and also the hostile heavy rock globe at large deserved.
The platinum-plus conquerors from Lone Star State deliver their particular heaviest batch of hell increasing anthems, each burning with fiery adrenaline destined to light the radio ablaze and ignite crowds of people into impassioned sing-alongs. Just a few moments in to the album’s very first single, “By the Blood, ” it is evident that Hellelujah is one of aggressive, committed, and undoubtedly definitive Drowning Pool record since Sinner, the platinum plate that offered the world Top 20 rock radio struck “Tear Away” and also the massively successful “Bodies.”
It doesn’t have more brazenly defiant than Drowning Pool Hellelujah bangers like “We Are the Devil, ” “Goddamn Vultures, ” or “Push”: forward thinking modern stone anthems integrating classic aspects of brutal grooves with melodic power that never as soon as sounds weak. C.J. Pierce’s guitar tasks are devastatingly crunchy however dynamically colorful, securing in perfect sync because of the charging rhythms of fellow cofounders Stevie Benton on bass and Mike Luce on drums, as Jasen Moreno’s vocals forge venom and bile into hooks.
Drowning Pool have actually scorched the phase alongside a who’s-who of category legends, upstarts and everything else regarding the spectrum, including Ozzy Osbourne, Mötley Crüe, Papa Roach, System Of A Down, Kiss, Korn, Sevendust, Seether, Hellyeah, P.O.D., Five Finger Death Punch, Black Label community and stints on Ozzfest with Metallica, Rob Zombie, and Marilyn Manson.