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Drowning Pool Electrifies The NorVa in Norfolk, VA


Drowning Pool
Photographer: ECMR

Rating: ★★★★★

Drowning Pool, a name synonymous with high-octane performances and in-your-face lyrics, brought down the house at The NorVa in Norfolk, VA. With Ryan McCombs at the helm as lead singer, the band demonstrated why they are considered one of the titans of the hard rock genre. Support the cause and pick up a copy of "Strike a Nerve" CD on Amazon today!

From the moment the lights dimmed, Drowning Pool took control of the stage and never let go.

The setlist was a potent blend of classic hits and new material, providing something for fans old and new alike. Ryan McCombs’ voice reverberated through the venue, his vocal mastery as solid as ever. Whether belting out lyrics to the crowd favorite "Bodies" or delivering softer tones in "Tear Away," McCombs showcased a wide range of vocal capabilities.

What truly set the night apart was the cohesion between band members. Each seemed to feed off the energy of the other, resulting in a symbiotic dynamic that elevated their performance to the next level. The instrumental mastery, particularly in tracks like "Sinner," was a visceral experience, stirring the crowd into a frenetic energy that lasted throughout the evening.

The NorVa, a venue known for its intimate setting and superior acoustics, was the perfect backdrop for this concert. Drowning Pool made excellent use of the space, engaging with fans up close and delivering a performance that felt both personal and grandiose. The state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems at the NorVa further amplified the band's performance, creating an immersive experience that was both visually and sonically enthralling.

In summary, Drowning Pool, led by the incomparable Ryan McCombs, delivered a performance at The NorVa that was nothing short of electrifying. From the first chord to the final bow, the band exhibited a musical prowess and stage presence that reaffirmed their place in the pantheon of hard rock. It was an evening that won't soon be forgotten by fans fortunate enough to attend. Rock on Norfolk!



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