DROWNING POOL's video for their new single, "Step Up", has been posted online at this location.
"Step Up" comes off the group's upcoming sophomore album, "Desensitized", due on April 20 through Wind-Up Records. The track will also be will be featured on the upcoming "Punisher: The Album" soundtrack, due on March 23 through Wind-Up.
As previously reported, "Desensitized" was produced by Johnny K (DISTURBED, SOIL, FINGER ELEVEN) and marks the group's first release with frontman Jason "Gong" Jones, who joined the band last summer following the tragic death of Dave Williams in August 2002.
"Headbanger's Ball Tour II", featuring co-headliners HATEBREED and DAMAGEPLAN along with DROWNING POOL and UNEARTH:
Mar. 25 - House of Blues - Myrtle Beach, SC
Mar. 27 - Millennium Center - Winston-Salem, SC
Mar. 28 - Norva Theatre – Norfolk, VA
Mar. 30 - Nation – Washington, DC
Mar. 31 - Electric Factory – Philadelphia, PA
Apr. 01 - Roseland Ballroom - New York, NY
Apr. 02 - Tsongas Arena – Lowell, MA
Apr. 08 - Fort Wayne, IN @ Piere's
Apr. 20 – Houston, TX @ Verizon Wireless Theater
May 04 - Hollywood Palladium - Los Angeles, CA
More dates will be announced soon.
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