DROWNING POOL, Ex-NONPOINT Members Join Forces In VOODOO CORPS

Former NONPOINT members Zach Broderick (guitar) and Ken MacMillan (bass) have joined forced with DROWNING POOL's C.J. Pierce (guitar) and Mike Luce (drums) in a brand new project called VOODOO CORPS.

The band's mission statement: "From the collective bowels of the South rides forth the culmination of what can only be deemed as the kick in the ass that rock so desperately needs. Forged in the fires of what makes life truly great: friends, family, and a deep seeded love and appreciation for those who support rock music, VOODOO CORPS is here to stomp your ass and then take you out for snow cones!!!"

The first VOODOO CORPS song, "Lights Out", which apparently features Luce on lead vocals, can be streamed using the SoundCloud player below.

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