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Drowning Pool: Texas Hard Rockers Revisit ‘Bodies’ With Their New Singer (VIDEO EXCLUSIVE)

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“We knew if we switched singers again that a lot of people would look at it and make comments, but for us it seemed like it was worth it to take that shot at capturing the best chemistry we ever had,” Drowning Pool bassist Stevie Benton recently told Noisecreep.

The topic on the table was the Texas hard rock outfit’s vocalist changes throughout their career, which we won’t get into again, because the band is looking forward.

Drowning Pool’s upcoming studio album — their fifth — will feature former Suicide Hook frontman Jasen Moreno in the singer’s chair. The first time Noisecreep heard the new union was on the “Saturday Night” single we premiered back in November and we were most impressed with his range. It’s no surprise that the group can now play any song from their back catalog, something they couldn’t do with their past two singers.

Knowing how versatile of a vocalist Moreno is, the rest of Drowning Pool is eager to show off his talents before their new album hits stores. So the band let their record label into the studio to capture it all on video for the world to see.

In this Noisecreep exclusive, we’re bringing you a killer video performance of Drowning Pool’s 2001 smash single, “Bodies.” As you’ll see below, Moreno kicks the song in its ass!

Watch ‘Bodies (Live Studio Version)’ Video

Drowning Pool will release their fifth studio album in early 2013 via Eleven Seven Music. Pick up their new single, “One Finger and a Fist,” is available now on iTunes. Check out the video here!

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