Hard rock band Drowning Pool have announced the first leg of summer tour dates in support of their newly released album Resilience, which was released via Eleven Seven Music. The band will be touring much of the East Coast as well as the Midwest with support coming from Eye Empire. The full touring schedule can be seen below. READ MORE
Rock band Flyleaf has teamed up with Livestream and released four acoustic performances, which you can watch below. The band performed three tracks from their new album New Horizons (review) as well as the track “All Around Me”, which comes from their 2005 self-titled debut album.
The band is currently on tour with Drowning Pool and Stars In Stereo. READ MORE
We here at Bloody-Disgusting have teamed up with Texan rockers Flyleaf to bring you an amazing contest! Below you can find out how you can win two tickets to ANY of their upcoming shows with Drowning Pool, a VIP package that includes access to a soundcheck party, early entrance, signed CD and t-shirt, plus more.
However, the cream of the crop is that one lucky winner will win a limited edition wood block print that bassist Pat Seals himself made. There are only eight of these total, so they are the ultimate prize for the ultimate Flyleaf fan!
Check out all the information below! READ MORE
Hard rock act Stars In Stereo have released a cover of the classic Nine Inch Nails song “Closer” via Revolver. The cover is a harder, less sexy version. So if you’ve been wanting a crunchier “Closer” with female vocals, check it out below! Note: Does anyone else hear the cellphone static thing at the very end of the stream?
Stars In Stereo will be touring with Drowning Pool and Flyleaf. Tour dates are below. READ MORE
Audio mashup maestro Isosine has put together another mashup that shouldn’t work in the slightest and yet does (for example, Taylor Swift vs. Korn). Up now is the music from the Teletubbies with the vocals from Drowning Pool‘s smash hit “Bodies”. There is a free download link in the YouTube description but it’s not working for me. Once it’s up and running I’ll update with the download link (y’know, in case you want this song for your morning jog or something). Check out the video below. READ MORE
Heavy rock bands Flyleaf and Drowning Pool will be co-headlining a US tour that begins Feb. 21st in Philadelphia and ends Mar. 24th in Tucson. Support will come from Los Angeles rock band Stars In Stereo. This will be Flyleaf’s first full tour with new singer Kristen May as the support their latest album New Horizons (review). You can see a full touring schedule below.
Flyleaf guitarist Sameer Bhattacharya exclaims, “We’re excited for everyone to experience Kristen May’s powerful and inspiring voice as she joins us on stage.”
Bassist Pat Seals adds, “I can’t wait for these new songs to happen live for both longtime and new fans.”
Drowning Pool guitarist CJ Pierce adds, “We’re excited as hell to get back out on the road and hang with our fellow Texas rockers Flyleaf. We’ve done some radio shows together in the past but this will be our first real run together. I know Flyleaf has great new line up and some amazing new tunes. We’ll be playing a killer mix of songs from our catalogue and some new tunes as well. Looking forward to rocking out with everyone.”
Hardcore/metal band Hatebreed has released a lyric video for “Put It To The Torch”, a new song from their upcoming album The Divinity Of Purpose, which comes out Jan. 29th via Razor & Tie Records. You can check out the song below.
I’ll fully admit that I never really got into this band. However, I did get to hang out with them during the MTV Headbangers Ball 2 Tour, which also had Damageplan, Drowning Pool, and some others that I can’t remember off the top of my head (hey, it was about nine years ago). They seemed like cool guys, so best of luck to ‘em! READ MORE
So you’ve read the headline and are asking yourself, “Why, if this video is so terrible, would I want to watch it?”. Because now you’re curious. It’s that simple. I’ve put the bug in you and you’ll be getting irritated and itching to watch the new Drowning Pool video for Let The Sin Begin just so you can see for yourself how bad it really is. Want a teaser? Boring storyline, generic hot girls, comic book style panels that are shifting too often to be comprehensible. That good enough for you?
There are times when a great song comes out. And when I say great, I mean that when you hear it, you know it’s something special, something that you want to keep on your iPod at all times so that whenever you have that yearning to hear it, it’s at your fingertips. But then there are tracks that, before it even gets on your iPod, you’ve heard it so many times that even the thought of dragging it onto your iPod makes you clench your fists and grit your teeth. With that, I present to you readers a list of ten rock and metal songs that I’ve heard more times than I could ever have possibly wanted. Check after the jump for the full list.
Bloody Disgusting caught up with CJ Pierce of Drowning Pool during their tour with Godsmack and Five Finger Death Punch to discuss how things are going on tour, what the reception has been like for the new, self-titled album and lastly, what the hell are they doing with that blow-up doll??? Want to know more about that last one? Check out the interview after the jump!
Italy’s greatest musical export, LACUNA COIL, will make their much anticipated return to North America on May 4th as they embark on a slew of major commercial radio sponsored festivals alongside such major acts as Seether, Five Finger Death Punch, Hellyeah and Drowning Pool. They will also be performing at Rocklahoma on May 30th and are also going to fill in the gaps between these fests with some headlining club appearances. This will lead them directly into their first trek to South America. Be sure to visit http://www.myspace.com/lacunacoil to view their complete touring itinerary.
Drowning Pool are set to release their new self-titled album in April after months of recording in New Jersey. Drowning Pool had this to say: “After months of lockdown in the recording studio in New Jersey, we are
proud to emerge with our most solid and dynamic album yet. All you Drowning Pool fans will dig the new tunes so crank it up and rock out with us!”
Read on for the track listing as well as the video for their single “Feel Like I Do”