DROWNING POOL: New Tour Dates Announced

Texas-based metallers DROWNING POOL have lined up the following dates during December:

Dec. 08 - The Pearl Room - Mokena, IL
Dec. 09 - Pierre's - Ft. Wayne, IN
Dec. 10 - 3rd Street Live - Cedar Rapids, IA
Dec. 11 - Machine Shop - Flint, MI
Dec. 12 - Planet Rock - Battle Creek, MI
Dec. 14 - Cell Block - Mobile, AL
Dec. 15 - Heroes R&R Club - Harker Heights, TX
Dec. 16 - Bayfront Park - Miami, FL (w/ KORN)
Dec. 17 - Freeman Coliseum - San Antonio, TX (A Twisted Kissmas) (w/ KORN, MUDVAYNE, SEVENDUST)
Dec. 18 - Nokia Live - Grand Prairie, TX (How the Edge Stole Christmas) (w/ KORN, MUDVAYNE, SEVENDUST)

DROWNING POOL recently recruited former SOIL frontman Ryan McCombs to replace their last vocalist, Jason "Gong" Jones (now in A.M. CONSPIRACY), who left the band in early June. The group are expecting to enter the studio in early 2006 to begin recording their third album, tentatively due next summer.


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