Drowning Pool are reflecting on the past this fall as they prepare to hit the road on 'The UnLUCKy 13th Anniversary 'Sinner' tour. The band will be revisiting their classic 2001 disc and to help build the buzz for the trek they've just put together a new lyric video for the song that essentially launched their career, 'Bodies.' Loudwire is proud to bring you the exclusive premiere of the 'Bodies' lyric video.

The animated clip features a number of gruesome zombie-like creatures inhabiting the earth, eagerly awaiting that moment when "the bodies hit the floor." It's a very stylistized clip that gives a new visual ideal to the song.

Drowning Pool initially recorded the track with late frontman Dave Williams back in 2001. Sadly, Williams suddenly passed away while on tour right as 'Bodies' success was starting to take hold. The group have continued with several different singers in the years since, with current frontman Jasen Moreno set to handle vocal duties when the group hits the road this fall.

The trek launches Oct. 22 in Jefferson, La., and continues through late November. In addition to 'Bodies,' the 'Sinner' album generated such radio hits as 'Tear Away' and the album's title track, which both figure to be popular with fans at the upcoming dates. To see where the band is playing this fall, check the itinerary below, and pick up Drowning Pool's music at iTunes.

Drowning Pool, 'unLUCKy 13th Anniversary 'Sinner'' Tour Dates

10/22 — Jefferson, La. — Southport Hall
10/23 — Destin, Fla. — Club LA
10/24 — Jacksonville, Fla. — Jack Rabbits
10/25 — Mobile, Ala. — Soul Kitchen
10/26 — Cape Coral, Fla. — Dixie Roadhouse
10/28 — Fredericksburg, Va. — Hard Times
10/29 — Virginia Beach, Va. — Shakas
10/30 — Lynchburg, Va. — Phase 2
10/31 — Fostoria, Ohio — The New Nest
11/1 — Macomb, Ill. — The Outskirts
11/2 — Sioux Falls, S.D. — The District
11/4 — Colorado Springs, Colo. — The Black Sheep
11/5 — Denver, Colo. — Marquis Theatre
11/6 — Grand Junction, Colo. — Mesa Theater & Lounge
11/7 — Salt Lake City, Utah — Murray Theater
11/8 — Las Vegas, Nev. — LVCS
11/13 — Seattle, Wash. — Studio Seven
11/14 — Spokane, Wash.– Knitting Factory Concert House
11/15 — Missoula, Mont. — Stage 112
11/16 — Billings, Mont. — Babcock Theatre
11/18 — Minot, N.D. — The Original Bar and Nightclub
11/19 — Spring Lake Park, Minn. — Pov’s
11/21 — Racine, Wis. — RT 20
11/22 — Ringle, Wis. — Q and Z Expo Center
11/23 — Joliet, Ill. — Mojoes
11/26 — Joplin, Mo. — Rock 3405