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Resilience

April 9, 2013

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: April 9, 2013
  • Release Date: April 9, 2013
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
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  • Total Length: 46:24
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  • ASIN: B00C7WTNG6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,556 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Clement on April 13, 2013
Format: Audio CD
I don't understand where the negative reviews are coming from on this album... but i'm sure it probably boils down to people:

a.) unwilling to move past Dave Williams death, and continue to live in the year 2001.
b.) unwilling to accept that Ryan quit the band.
c.) unwilling to give Jasen a legit chance beyond a knee jerk reaction to one song.

with Ryan at the helm of the last two albums, the band seemed to digress into a more alternative hard rock realm - which was fine for what it was, but it was far departure from the days of Sinner and Desensitized.. their previous effort was good, but outside songs like 'Turn So Cold' 'Regret' 'All About Me' and 'More Than Worthless' i found myself questioning if this band was ever going to get back to it's heavier roots.. 'Feel Like I Do' was as soft a single i remember this band ever releasing - i am shocked it was as popular as it was...

but 'Resilience' quieted all those concerns for me, as the album starts with a bang and never slows down... 1 fear i did have was that the radio friendly songs like 'One Finger And A Fist' and 'Saturday Night' would be the template for the sound of this album - which couldn't be further from the case.. those songs are 2 of the least aggressive sounding songs off this album.. songs like 'Die For Nothing' 'Low Crawl' and 'Life Of Misery' showcase the progression this band is making back towards their heavier sound of old.. Luce on drums adds in some much needed double bass kicks, and Pierce throws in some solid solos as well...

my one complaint about this album is the same one i had about 'Full Circle' - and that is that it feels like it goes on just a song or two too long..
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Wiseguy 945 on April 11, 2013
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As the album states, The members of Drowning Pool prove to have resilience to loss and change in their band. The Core remains the same, but another change in singer make yet another chapter for the group. The original member of C.J. Pierce, Stevie benton, and Mike Luce are the band, now with Singer Jasen Moreno. A big departure from the low Growls of Ryan McCombs (who return to Soil). Again, this is a solid effort by the band, and good album to get. The music sound fresh and a new chapter depart from the McComb Soil like sound, now back to more of the original sound from sinner and similar in progression from Desensitized. Moreno's vocals are solid, but really a departure from McCombs. It is an adjustment, but the spirit is still there and the live track on the bonus edition i have shows that the band sound great live. Not expensive, and good solid metal.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Haze Blackmon VINE VOICE on April 9, 2013
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Overall this is a very solid album with not much to complain about. This time out Jasen Moreno replaces Ryan McCombs as lead vocalist/frontman. I have mixed feelings about this. McCombs really grew on me over the years, especially with the Full Circle album. He has a richer, fuller voice than Moreno and is able to achieve a better range of emotion. However, after a couple of listens to the new DP album, Resilience, Moreno is growing on me. I had thoughts before the cd was released that it was going to be a disappointment with them changing lead vocalist(again!). Moreno is a very good vocalist and it pretty much boils down to me mssing McCombs more than anything, but not so much that I didn't really enjoy this album or wasn't happy with the outcome. Quite the opposite. Really good guitar hooks and catchy songs for the most part. The sound is clean and by that I mean the bass/rhythm doesn't drown out the vocals, even when it gets crazy loud. I wish there had been a few more slower more melodic songs on it. It seems this is one of those albums where I either hate a song or I love it.

Favorites from this album are Anytime, Anyplace, Die For Nothing, One Finger and a Fist(this one gets me pumped in the gym), Digging These Holes, Life Of Misery(awesome song!), Understand, Skip To The End, In Memory Of(nice slow song that reminds of something by Alice In Chains), Blindfold(ends the album on high note with a really catchy rockin'song). Saturday Night, which was one of their radio releases(along with One Finger and a Fist) I just don't like. Others I didn't like are Low Crawl, Broken Again, and Bleed With You. The reason I didn't like these songs was either because they sounded flat, unoriginal, or just weren't catchy, or a combination of the three.
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By Chuck on January 14, 2014
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This was a good album with the new singer, but not the best Drowning Pool has done. Prefer the Sinner album or the self titled album more.
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By K. Cummings on October 16, 2013
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This CD is a great addition to their collection and somewhat brings back Sinner with their somewhat harder songs.
Good album and I would recommend it to both old and new Drowning Pool fans alike.
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I am a fan of all their previous work but wasn't to impressed on the first listen, but I put it in my daily mix of music and it eventually grew on me. The new singer does a great job in my opinion. If you listen you can hear all the elements that make Drowning Pool, Drowning Pool. And if your a fan of the band that should be enough for you. If you like Hard Rock give it a shot, I doubt you will be disappointed. Lyrics are solid, musically it's hard when it needs to be softer when it needs to be. Just a great album all around!
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