Seasoned rockers Rob Zombie and Mudvayne have announced dates for their highly anticipated ‘Freaks On Parade’ Summer Tour! Produced by Live Nation, the 21-city tour kicks off on July 20th at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights making stops across the U.S. in Tampa, Holmdel, Tinley Park, and more before wrapping up in The Woodlands at Cynthia […]
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It’s only been a few months since dark industrial heroes Powerman 5000 concluded the recording of their latest opus, The Noble Rot, which is set to be unleashed on the world August 28 via Cleopatra Records. But not even vocalist/founder Spider One could have predicted the “rot” that would infect the world in that short […]
Two months ago, industrial metal icons Powerman 5000 announced they were readying a new album for 2020, The Noble Rot, and now the band is ready to share the very first single from that album, the goth club-inspired “Black Lipstick.” The song is a loving homage to dark ‘80s music like Depeche Mode, The Cure […]
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. […]
Powerman 5000’s Spider discusses his life in music, bringing ‘New Wave’ to the masses and more!
Wayne Static, the lead singer and guitarist of the metal band Static-X, has died at the age of 48. Static formed his band in 1994, releasing debut album ‘Wisconsin Death Trip’ in 1999; the album went platinum. They would go on to release five more albums, ending with 2009’s Cult of Static, before Static began a solo career. […]
Enter the world of Powerman 5000 as musical mastermind Spider discusses the new album!
The spacesuits are long gone, but as a band, Powerman 5000 is as strong as ever, touring the country in support of its latest album, the punk-rock-fueled Destroy What You Enjoy. When the band hit the Recher Theatre in Towson, Maryland, frontman Spider sat down with Jason Price and Jeff Maki of Live-Metal.net to discuss the new CD, the surprise success of the 1999 breakthrough Tonight the Stars Revolt! and more.