DROWNING POOL Bassist's EVEN THE DEAD LOVE A PARADE: 'Heart Poacher' Video Released

"Heart Poacher", the new Dina De La Rocha-directed video from EVEN THE DEAD LOVE A PARADE, the Dallas, Texas-based metal band featuring Stevie Benton (DROWNING POOL), Clint Litton (CORY MORROW) and Braxton Henry, can be seen below.

Three more songs from EVEN THE DEAD LOVE A PARADE"The Cancer And Host", "Morphine Queen" and "Humane" — can be streamed usung the ReverbNation widget at the bottom of this article.


Braxton Henry - Guitar
Matt Raffaele - Guitar
Jordan Condrey - Vocals
Stevie Benton - Bass
Clint Litton - Drums

DROWNING POOL's fifth studio, "Resilience", will be released on April 2 via Eleven Seven Music. The band teamed up with producer Kato Khandwalla at House Of Loud Studios in New Jersey, as well as John Feldmann (THE USED, STORY OF THE YEAR), and completed the album in Dallas.


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