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Drowning Pool Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Drowning Pool.


An Interview With The Members Of Drowning Pool

Dallas based group Drowning Pool are either considered famous or infamous for their hit song "Bodies," which has been the center of controversy over it's use in interrogations of suspected terrorists and reports that soldiers listen to it before going into battle. The band is currently on an extended tour alongside southern rockers Saliva, and at one of the tour stops the band shared their thoughts on their latest album and expressed that even though they occasionally write songs with strong messages, they really just want to play rock music and have a good time. More...

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Interview with Stevie Benton of Drowning Pool

Drowning Pool just kicked off their “This Is For The Soldiers” Tour Sept 3rd. I was able to get a phone interview with Stevie Benton, bassist for Drowning Pool. They were just getting ready for a show tonight but Stevie took time out of his busy schedule to give me a call. What can I say? These guys are fucking amazing! More...

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Back In The Saddle Again: Jason 'Gong' Jones

Orlando, Florida's AM Conspiracy is led by former Drowning Pool frontman, Jason 'Gong' Jones. He makes no bones about the fact that at this point in his life, he just wants to do what makes himself happy musically. This guy really is one of the rare singing talents that can effortlessly go from a soulful, bluesy-metal range to high-piercing screams that can even make Halford proud. Gong is now taking his music down a new road with a different set of bandmates. Ranging from Layne Staley'esque choruses to being able to growl with any other of metal's elite, the likes of say a Dez Fafara or Randy Blythe. Gong Jones convincingly continues onward in building his impressive rock legacy, more than ready at any point to show all of us another thing or two by pulling the ace card out from one of his tattooed arm sleeves. More...

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