Former POWERMAN 5000 Bassist: I Was Looking For Something More Melodic

Former POWERMAN 5000 bassist Dorian Heartsong on leaving PM5K and joining THE FLYING TIGERS, who are due to issue their self-titled debut through Atlantic Records on April 16th (as quoted by MTV): “I'm totally proud of everything we did in that band and I love those guys, I just wanted to make some new, fresh music. September 11 helped me make up my mind. You strip off those layers of insulation of your daily life, and you really ask yourself what you want to accomplish. This is exactly what I was looking for — something a little more melodic.”


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