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Powerman 5000 announces Spring 2018 US Tour

With 2018 underway, Powerman 5000 is back with the second leg of the New Wave Tour.

The tour kicks off in Lubbock, Texas, and makes its way through the Southern part of the US, including two iHeart Radio shows (98 Rockfest and Earthday Birthday) in Florida, and ends on the West Coast in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Come see Powerman play hits from the “New Wave” album, as well as many all-time favorites.

US Tour Dates 2018:
April 10 Lubbock, TX Jake's Backroom
April 11 Austin, TX Come And Take It Live
April 12 San Antonio, TX Rock Box
April 13 Tyler, TX Clicks
April 14 Dallas, TX Trees
April 15 Houston, TX Scout Bar

Primus - The Desaturating Seven

“The Desaturating Seven” is the overall ninth album for Primus, a band quite eccentric and unique. Rejoined by their original drummer, Tim Alexander, the past two albums seem to be adapting from popular culture, at first with a re-imagining of Willy Wonka’s soundtrack and now with an album based on Ul D’Erico’s “Rainbow Goblins” – a children’s book given the Primus treatment.

Powerman 5000 announces Fall 2017 US Tour

In support of the upcoming album, “New Wave”, Powerman 5000 announces the first leg of a worldwide tour that will last through the end of 2018.

The band will first hit the West Coast, hosting their record release party on October 26th, 2017, at the world famous Whisky A Go Go.

Afterward, come visit the Powerman 5000 booth at LA Comic Con. The convention takes place from October 27-29, 2017, at the LA Convention Center.

“New Wave” hits the shelves of all digital and retail outlets everywhere on October 27th, 2017.

US Tour Dates 2017:
10/20 – Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theater

Powerman 5000 to release new studio album “New Wave” on October 27th 2017

Powerman 5000’s legacy continues to push the boundaries of rock, metal, industrial, rap, and punk to create innovative and groundbreaking releases time and time again. Their upcoming highly anticipated album, “New Wave”, hits shelves on October 27th, 2017, in digital and retail outlets worldwide.

“New Wave” is PM5K’s eleventh official release since forming in 1992 and continues the strides and success from their platinum-selling album “Tonight the Stars Revolt!” to their most recent chart-topping single in 2014, “How to Be a Human”.

Powerman 5000 signs with Pavement Entertainment and announces new studio album “New Wave”

Powerman 5000 have inked a worldwide deal with Pavement Entertainment. The new album “New Wave” marks the next chapter in the world of PM5K and the follow up to 2014's highly successful “Builders of the Future”.

According to vocalist Spider One: “We went a bit dirtier on this one. Ripped it up more than the last couple of records. One of the goals was to recreate the noise of the live show. Keep in the chaos.” On the album title, Spider adds, “New Wave? Are we a new wave band? Well, I would say that we have always had more in common with Devo than Dio”.

Red Hot Chili Peppers - The Getaway

Radio & TV exposure as well as success, especially during the 80s & 90s, could make a follower become a leader and could make anyone successful just like that. This is a few words about what happened with RHCP; even though they are not a bad act, they totally do not deserve all this fuzz around them, especially when other greater bands haven’t got even half of it.

Peekaboo Primate - Misanthropical

Peekaboo Primate, quite a whacky name, and their music ain’t a laughing matter either as their eccentric alt-metal borrows equally from Faith No More and System Of a Dawn and who knows what else. It’s just starts and stops randomly changing the beat quite freakishly… well there’s obvious modernism here and while everyone will be quick to brand the odd rhythms, jazz inspired, this is a little too “common”.