DROWNING POOL: FYE In-Store Appearances Announced

DROWNING POOL has lined up the following in-store signings at FYE over the next few weeks:

October 3
6pm EST
FYE - 7835 Eastpoint Mall
Baltimore, MD 21224

October 5
6pm EST
4296 Baldwin Rd Ste 508-M
Auburn Hills, MI 48326

October 7
1pm EST
2801 Memorial Pkwy SW Ste 201
Huntsville, AL 35801

October 11
6pm EST
800 N Green River Rd
Evansville, IN 47715

October 18
6pm EST
Fashion Valley Ctr Suite 710
San Diego, CA 92108

October 22
6pm EST
228 Coddingtown Ctr
Santa Rosa, CA 95401

October 24
6pm EST
915 Lloyd Ctr
Portland, OR 97232

November 2
6pm EST
7700 E Kellogg Dr Ste 1004
Wichita, KS 67207

DROWNING POOL performed two songs acoustically on Boston's "Fox 25 Morning News Show" on Tuesday, September 25. Watch the set online:

"Shame": Video
"Tear Away": Video

DROWNING POOL's new CD, "Full Circle", has sold 29,000 copies in the United States since its early August release, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The album was produced by longtime friend Ben Schigel (CHIMAIRA, WALLS OF JERICHO), and features a collaboration track with MÖTLEY CRÜE's Nikki Sixx and BEAUTIFUL CREATURES' DJ Ashba.

DROWNING POOL recently extended its current "This Is For The Soldiers" tour, with the newly announced shows ending on November 8 in New York City. THE EXIES will appear on the bill as well. As previously reported, 50 cents of each ticket sale from the jaunt is going to the non-profit organization Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), with another 50 cents going to the USO. DROWNING POOL is using the tour, as well as its new single "Soldiers", to draw attention to the crisis facing U.S. troops returning home from duty in the Middle East to inadequate health care.

The Texas-based band is campaigning to urge Congress to expand mental health care for returning troops and has launched a web site and petition about the issue at thisisforthesoldiers.org.


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