Drowning Pool will celebrate the 13th anniversary of their debut album ‘Sinner,’ with a 20-date fall trek kicking off in October.

The unLUCKy 13th Anniversary ‘Sinner’ Tour will see the band digging deep into their first album, which they unleashed back in 2001.

‘Sinner’ put the Dallas, Texas-based band on the map, spawning three successful singles, including their breakthrough hit ‘Bodies.’ The song was a huge hit for the band getting a ton of radio airplay in the summer of 2001. It was tapped as the theme for WWF’s Summerslam that year, which began the band's long-running relationship with professional Wrestling. They followed up the song with two rock hits ‘Tear Away’ and the title track ‘Sinner.’

Things seemed to be going great for the band until tragedy struck the following year when original frontman Dave Williams passed away suddenly while on tour with the band on Aug. 14, 2002.

The band regrouped with singer James ‘Gong’ Jones for their 2004 album ‘Desensitized,’ tapped SoiL frontman Ryan McCombs for 2007’s ‘Full Circle’ and 2010’s self-titled effort.

Singer Jason Moreno joined Drowning Pool for their fifth album ‘Resilience,’ which was released last year.

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