DROWNING POOL Guitarist C.J. PIERCE Talks Gear (Video)

TheToneKing.com conducted a backstage interview with guitarist C.J. Pierce of Texas heavy rockers DROWNING POOL on October 6, 2010 in Camden, New Jersey. You can now watch the chat in two parts below.

DROWNING POOL is currently on the road with GODSMACK and FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH.

DROWNING POOL's self-titled fourth album was released in April via Eleven Seven Music. The CD was recorded at House of Loud (BREAKING BENJAMIN, PARAMORE) with Kato Khandwala producing and David Bendeth mixing. Drummer Mike Luce previously stated about the album, "Sonically, 'Drowning Pool' squashes anything we've ever done. This record is really diverse too. There's some material that could've been taken right off 'Sinner', and there's some new stuff that goes beyond all expectations of this band."

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