Alt-metal outfit who rocked the early 2000s with the mosh-sparking hit “Bodies” returns with songs from their latest album, Hellelujah
What You'll Get
- General admission standing
- All ages welcome
- Must be 21+ with valid ID to drink
- Doors open at 6 p.m.
- Who they are: a grime-streaked alt-metal act who first destroyed the airwaves with their 2001 platinum-selling debut album Sinner, which features the immortal rocker “Bodies”
- The tragedy: A year after Sinner came out, lead singer Dave “Stage” Williams passed away from an undiagnosed heart condition.
- How the band responded: In 2002, they released the retrospective DVD Sinema, and used the proceeds to posthumously fulfill his lifelong goal of buying his parents a house.
- Williams’s continuing legacy: 2012’s Resilience, the first album featuring Drowning Pool’s new singer Jasen Moreno, included the melancholy ballad “In Memory Of…”
- Their latest work, Hellelujah, was released in early 2016, with Moreno demonstrating a sound AllMusic called “eerily like the late Layne Staley at certain points, while evoking latter-day Marilyn Manson when he’s really pushing the higher limits.”
The Fine Print
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