Rock/Pop

Drowning Pool

When: Tue., Nov. 4 2014

It's far better to have loved, and lost, than never to have loved at all. Unless, that is, you're a band whose love affair involves a sudden surge of commercial success that doesn't stick around for long. In the case of Drowning Pool, that surge came early on with its 2001 platinum debut, Sinner. Since then, the band has faced diminished sales, frequent lineup changes, and reports that their breakthough single "Bodies" was one of the songs used to torture prisoners at Gitmo. Drowning Pool are now on their fourth singer, Jasen Moreno, who'll be manning the mic at the Black Sheep (2106 E. Platte Ave., blacksheeprocks.com, doors at 7 p.m., tickets $18/adv, $20/door) for a celebration of Sinner's "Unlucky 13th anniversary," which will also feature Like a Storm, Breach of Silence, and Red Tide Rising. — Bill Forman

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