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Live Music

Drowning Pool, Like a Storm, A Breach of Silence, Red Tide Rising

When: Fri., Nov. 7, 6 p.m. 2014

Dallas, Texas-based heavy-metal band Drowning Pool has had a revolving door of vocalists since the passing of their original singer, Dave Williams, in 2002, but they might have finally found a stable artist for the position in Jasen Moreno. Moreno's first album with the band, 2013's Resilience, features Drowning Pool's characteristic aggressive guitar parts and abrasive lyrics, but his voice is much cleaner than the band's former vocalists. Drowning Pool is on tour in celebration of the 13th anniversary of their debut album, Sinner, which propelled them into the spotlight with their breakout hit "Bodies," and will be reissued Nov. 11. Also on the bill are Like a Storm, A Breach of Silence and Red Tide Rising. (Nathan Turner)

Price: $13

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