DROWNING POOL Singer Talks About Injuries Sustained By His Girlfriend's Son (Audio)

On Thursday, September 30, DROWNING POOL singer Ryan McCombs spoke to Matt Cruz of the Arkansas radio station 100.3 The Edge about Ayden Rose, the three-year-old son of McCombs' girlfriend Katherine Rose who was seriously injured in a riding lawn mower accident that left severe damage to his right leg. The chat is now available for streaming using the audio player below.

Ayden Rose has reportedly undergone multiple surgeries for his injuries and has a long road of recovery ahead of him. McCombs' family and friends are asking those who can to help raise funds for the astronomical medical bills.

DROWNING POOL has been on the road behind its self-titled fourth album and is scheduled to join GODSMACK and FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH on the road this weekend.

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.


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