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Drowning Pool Turning Hot at Radio | “Turn So Cold” new single + video

Los Angeles, CA – All American anthemic rockers Drowning Pool turned the world into believers with their breakthrough single “Bodies” in 2001. Nine years, three singers and four albums later, Drowning Pool is giving fans a new reason to believe with their second single “Turn So Cold,” off of their current self-titled album, out now on Eleven Seven Music.  “Turn So Cold” impacted active rock radio this week, landing #1 most added at R&R.
Video | “Turn So Cold” on DrowningPool.com | featured on Fuse

Drowning Pool was released on April 27, with a debut at #35 on the on the Billboard Top 200, #3 on Billboard’s Hard Rock and #5 on Billboard’s Top Independent Albums charts.  The lead single “Feel Like I Do” became the band’s biggest radio hit to date, reaching #2 at Rock Radio, and remaining in the Top 5 for 12 weeks.  “Feel Like I Do” also ushered in the band’s second consecutive Top 5 hit, a notable accomplishment with third lead singer Ryan McCombs, a feat that only Van Halen has managed before. This current chart success, a decade after their original hit “Bodies,” is a testament to the band’s longevity and ability to persevere and overcome the odds.
DP_TurnSoColdDrowning Pool is currently on the road and will join hard rock and heavy metal legends Ozzy Osbourne, Mötley Crüe and Rob Halford on this summer’s OZZFest. See below for full dates.
Drowning Pool recently joined forces with Wounded Warrior Project and the GI Film Festival in Washington, DC to offer “Feel Like I Do” as a free download to the warrior community, as a thank you from the band for their service and heroism.   For more information, please visit: http://www.drowningpool.com/

“The Ultimate Story of Resilience.  ‘Drowning Pool’ is the perfect comeback record, mixing anthemic arena-ready rock bombast with an intriguing acoustic sensitivity that makes for an epic journey.” – ARTISTdirect
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Drowning Pool Tour Dates (* = OzzFest)

Fri Aug 6          Sioux Falls SD @ Nutty’s North
Sat Aug 7        Sturgis SD @ Buffalo Chip Campground
Mon Aug 9       Englewood CO @ Gothic Theatre
Wed Aug 11    Salt Lake City UT @ Club Sound
Thu Aug 12      Las Vegas NV @ Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sat Aug 14      San Bernadino CA San Manuel Amphitheatre *
Tue Aug 17      Tinley Park IL @ First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre *
Thu Aug 19      Burgettstown PA @ First Niagra Pavillion *
Fri Aug 20        Poughkeepsie NY @ The Chance *
Sat Aug 21      Hartford CT @ Comcast Theatre *
Sun Aug 22     Camden NJ @ Susquehanna Bank Center *
Tue Aug 24      Mansfield MA @ Comcast Center *
Thu Aug 26      Nampa (Boise) ID @ Idaho Center Amphitheater
Sat Aug 28      Auburn WA @ White River Amphitheatre
Sun Aug 29     Hillsboro OR @ Washington County Fair KUFO
Sat Sep 4        Jacksonville NC @ Deppe Music Pavillion
Fri Sep 10       Nashville TN @ LP Field WBUZ Buzzfest
Sat Sep 11      Noblesville IN @ Verizon Wireless Music Center
Sun Sep 12     Dayton OH @ Montgomery County Fair
Sat Sep 18 ‘    Frisco TX @ Pizza Hut Park
Thu Nov 11      Fort Lauderdale FL @ ShipRocked
About Drowning Pool

Three albums – 2001’s Sinners, certified platinum within six weeks of its release, 2004’s Desensitized, and 2007’s Full Circle – all charted on the Billboard Top 200 and brought Drowning Pool their share of hits, including “Bodies,” their calling card anthem and tribute to the mosh pit.  Eight years later, the song remains a crowd favorite and a reminder of all of their highs and lows.  With over 300 shows over the course of the last two years, Drowning Pool decided to capture that sound permanently with the release of their long-awaited live album, Loudest Common Denominator. In April 2009, the hard working Texas rockers achieved their highest charting single to date with “37 Stitches” reaching #4 on the Mediabase and Billboard Active Rock charts.  The band recently completed almost 3 years of constant touring with Crüe Fest 2 prior to recording their self-titled CD with the production team at House of Loud (Breaking Benjamin, Paramore and more). DROWNING POOL is:  Ryan McCombs-vocals, CJ Pierce-guitar, Stevie Benton-bass and Mike Luce-drums.  For more information on Drowning Pool, please visit http://www.drowningpool.com/.

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