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Drowning Pool’s C.J. Pierce Rocks Ultrasone’s HFI-780 Headphone

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 Wildomar, Calif. – Ultrasone Inc., distributor for German headphone manufacturer Ultrasone AG, is pleased to announce that its HFI-780 headphones have been chosen by Drowning Pool’s lead guitarist C.J Pierce. Known for their intense style of hard rock, Drowning Pool and C.J Pierce are currently utilizing Ultrasone’s HFI-780 in the creation of their next album.

“We’re currently in the studio recording new material for our next album and I’m blown away by the detail I’m hearing with these headphones,� remarked C.J Pierce. “I’ve been in the studio, working hard as hell for 12 – 15 hours a day and haven’t had any fatigue from wearing these headphones. Unbelievable!�

For more information on C.J Pierce’s selection of Ultrasone’s HFI-780 headphone, please contact PR Representative Brian Metcalf at (305) 576-1171 x11 or by e-mail at [email protected]. To learn more about Ultrasone, go to

About Ultrasone
Based near Munich, Germany, Ultrasone AG has been manufacturing headphones for the audio market for over 17 years, during which time the company has developed and applied for more than 60 patents for its innovative technology. The company’s unique, patented S-Logicâ„¢ technology creates natural surround sound without the use of additional electronic devices. Ultrasone headphones represent a safer listening experience by reducing sound pressure on the ear drum by up to 40% and also by offering shielding from EMF radiation up to 98% through the use of patented ULE (ultra low emission) technology. For more information about Ultrasone headphones, go to

About Drowning Pool
Three albums — 2001’s Sinners, certified platinum within six weeks of its release, 2004’s Desensitized, and 2007’s Full Circle — all charted on the Billboard Top 200 and brought Drowning Pool their share of hits, including “Bodies,� their calling card anthem and tribute to the mosh pit.  Eight years later, the song remains a crowd favorite and a reminder of all of their highs and lows.  With over 300 shows over the course of the last two years, Drowning Pool decided to capture that sound permanently with the release of their long-awaited live album, Loudest Common Denominator. In April 2009, the hard working Texas rockers achieved their highest charting single to date with “37 Stitches� reaching #4 on the Mediabase and Billboard Active Rock charts.  The band recently completed Crüe Fest 2, the sequel to last summer’s most successful touring rock festival, and is currently writing and recording a new album to be released in April of 2010.  For more information on Drowning Pool, please visit