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There’s ‘Hell To Pay’ as Drowning Pool release a new song

With new album ‘Hellelujah‘ out on February 5th via Long Branch Records and SPV, Drowning Pool have released another new track from it.

Check out the soaring rumble of ‘Hell To Pay‘ described by frontman Jasen Moreno as, “about the futility of regret. It’s about the danger in second guessing yourself. It’s about battling depression and also about closure,” below.
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‘Hell To Pay’ is the third song to be taken from ‘Hellelujah’, the band’s sixth studio album, and follows on from lead single ‘By The Blood‘ and ‘Snakecharmer‘. ‘Hellelujah’ is produced by Trivium‘s Jason Suecof and is the followup to 2013’s ‘Resilience‘.

It’s been described by the band as “the most metal record from Drowning Pool to date. Can we get a Hellelujah? Amen!”

The very metal tracklisting is as follows.

By The Blood
Hell To Pay
We Are The Devil
Snake Charmer
My Own Way
Goddamn Vultures
Another Name
Sympathy Depleted
Stomping Ground
Meet The Bullet
All Saints Day

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