The judges and audience on this season of America's Got Talent got a rather interesting surprise. When 82-year-old former aerospace engineer and Navy pilot John Hetlinger of Broomfield, Colorado got on stage, he sure shocked everyone!
It looks as though Drowning Pool are maintaining their aggression with new singer Jasen Moreno leading the way. The new track 'One Finger and a Fist' is an amped up rocker and Drowning Pool are exclusively premiering the lyric video for the song right here at Loudwire.
Several months after parting ways with singer Ryan McCombs, Drowning Pool have unveiled his replacement. Jasen Moreno from another Dallas band, the Suicide Hook, is the group’s new vocalist. Moreno made his live debut July 8 at a gig in Ardmore, Okla., and there is video footage available from their July 10 show in Indiana.
A new force in metal combines the talents of Drowning Pool and Nonpoint. The new supergroup, Voodoo Corps, consists of Drowning Pool guitarist C.J. Pierce and drummer Mike Luce along with former Nonpoint members Zach Broderick on guitar and Ken MacMillan on bass.
Drowning Pool posted a letter to their fans on their facebook page and elsewhere letting them know that they have parted ways with their singer Ryan McCombs. They go on to say they're moving forward and need that extra shot of adrenaline from their next singer. Read the article after the jump.