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Drowning Pool To Headline ‘Not-So-Silent-Night’ Tour, Release Lyric Video for ‘Hell To Pay’

The holiday season is nearly upon us, and Drowning Pool are celebrating with the “Not-So-Silent Night” tour. You can also check out a lyric video for the song “Hell To Pay” above. Other bands on the trek that kicks off Nov. 29 in Colorado Springs, Colo. include Gemini Syndrome, 9Electric and Red Tide Rising.

Drowning Pool vocalist Jasen Moreno says, “I’m so stoked to announce our winter tour on home soil. Just returned from our first time in India where the crowds are insane – we had such a great time, now we just want to keep the party going!”

The singer continues, “We really can’t think of a better way to end our year than kicking some ass with our favorite peeps here at home. Get ready, ’cause we’re headed y’all’s way with our friends in Gemini Syndrome, 9Electric and Red Tide Rising, and there will even be some select appearances by everyone’s favorite 80-plus rocker, John Hetlinger. See you soon, America!”

Gemini Syndrome add, “We are excited to end this year with our brothers in Drowning Pool. The last time we hit the road with them was awesome and we are really glad to do it again. New tour. New record. End of the year. We hope to see you all out there to wrap up 2016.”

9Electric vocalist Thunderwood states, “Man, 9E is so stoked to hit the holiday road with Drowning Pool! Me and CaseyDC actually first met when our former bands toured with this amazing group. They tore the house down every night and I know we’re gonna have an insane time with ’em again. What a cool tour to unleash some new 9E material on, too… see you soon!”

Drowning Pool are touring in support of their latest album Hellelujah, which was released in February. Gemini Syndrome’s sophomore disc Memento Mori was released in August.

2016 Drowning Pool, Gemini Syndrome, 9Electric + Red Tide Rising Tour Dates

11/29 – Colorado Springs, Colo. – The Black Sheep
11/30 – Denver, Colo. – The Roxy
12/1 – Wichita, Kan. – The Cotillion
12/2 – Springfield, Mo. – The Regency
12/3 – Waterloo, Iowa – Spicoli’s Rockade
12/4 – Lisle, Ill. – BaseCamp
12/6 – Flint, Mich. – The Machine Shop
12/7 – Fort Wayne, Ind. – The Rusty Spur
12/8 – Mansfield, Ohio – Whiskey Warehouse
12/9 – Stafford Springs, Conn. – The Palace Theater
12/10 – Lawrence, Mass. – The Claddagh Pub
12/11 – Poughkeepsie, N.Y. – The Chance Theater
12/12 – Stanhope, N.J. – The Stanhope House (no Gemini Syndrome)
12/14 – Clarence, N.Y. – Nashvilles II
12/15 – Amityville, N.Y. – Revolution Bar & Music Hall
12/16 – Jacksonville, N.C. – Hooligans
12/17 – Raleigh, N.C. – The Maywood
12/18 – Leesburg, Va. – Tally Ho Theatre
12/20 – Dayton, Ohio – Oddbody’s (no Gemini Syndrome)
12/21 – Evansville, Ind. – KC’s Time Out (no Gemini Syndrome)
12/22 – TBA
12/23 – Dallas, Texas – Trees (Toys for Tots show, no Gemini Syndrome)

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