Drowning Pool Unleash ‘Saturday Night’ Video
Drowning Pool's as-yet-untitled fifth studio album is due in early 2013, and in advance of its release, the video for the new song 'Saturday Night' has been unveiled (watch below).
The song features Drowning Pool's new vocalist Jasen Moreno, who made his live debut as Ryan McCombs' replacement earlier this summer.
Moreno says, “I am extremely happy and very grateful to be a part of the Drowning Pool family. Everyone’s been so welcoming, especially the fans. I can’t praise them enough. They’ve made me feel right at home. This first run of live shows couldn’t have gone any better!”
'Saturday Night' is anthemic and very melodic. The video features the band performing in the middle of a crowd of fans and intersperses shots of a party, scantily clad women and other things that happen when you live your life like it's Saturday night.
Bassist Stevie Benton talked about the track with Noisecreep. "The question I am most often asked is 'What's life on tour like?' This song is my best description of a typical day on the road."
The band's new album is being produced by Kato Khandwala (Cold, Taylor Momsen).
Drowning Pool's best known song is their 2001 hit 'Bodies,' which was recently named one of Loudwire's Top 21st Century Hard Rock Songs.