DROWNING POOL Bassist's EVEN THE DEAD LOVE A PARADE: Four Songs Available For Streaming
EVEN THE DEAD LOVE A PARADE, the new Dallas, Texas-based metal band featuring Stevie Benton (DROWNING POOL), Clint Litton (CORY MORROW) and Braxton Henry, is streaming four songs via its ReverbNation page. Check out the tracks "The Cancer And Host", "Morphine Queen", "Heart Poacher" and "Humane" below.
DROWNING POOL recently tapped Jonathan Bertorelli to direct the video for their new song "Saturday Night". The track will appear on the band's fifth album, which is due out in early 2013 via Eleven Seven Music. The group teamed up with producer Kato Khandwalla at House Of Loud Studios in New Jersey earlier this year, and completed the album in Dallas.
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