POWERMAN 5000 Drummer To Tour With SOCIETY 1

POWERMAN 5000 drummer Adrian Ost will be taking over drumming duties for SOCIETY 1 for the remainder of SOCIETY 1's tour with TWIZTID. SOCIETY 1 drummer Dagon was forced to drop off the tour and return home to attend to a personal situation. SOCIETY 1, with Adrian on drums, will jump back onto the TWIZTID tour in time for this Friday's (Nov. 21) show in Corpus Christi, TX.

SOCIETY 1 frontman Matt Zane made this statement:

"Just when the band really seemed to be coming into a focus our brother Dagon is pulled from us due to personal issues. I know everyone would like to know more about his situation but this is something that I have no right to discuss. The band and I can only hope for the best concerning him and his family. We wish them strength, courage and power in his struggles that lie ahead. I hope with all my being that they are victorious in their battle.

"With that being said, nothing will stop us. We will go forward thanks to our determination and Adrian from POWERMAN 5000. He will finish the tour with TWIZTID and our headlining dates. After that things are unclear at this point as far as Dagon's involvement. His place in this band will always be waiting for him and when he returns it will be with open arms. One thing is definite and that is the continuation of this band and my vision. I spit in the face of opposition and laugh. I will survive the wrath and onslaughts of those who oppose me even if my persecution comes from God himself.

"In other news concerning the future we have a full length DVD being released in the new year, a new video for the song 'Hate', and we will begin writing for the new record in January. Until then..."


Nov. 21 - Concrete St. Ampitheater - Corpus Christi, TX
Nov. 22 - Villa Real Convention Center - McAllen, TX
Nov. 23 - White Rabbit - San Antonio, TX
Nov. 25 - Culture Room - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Nov. 26 - The Masquerade - Tampa, FL
Nov. 28 - The Masquerade - Atlanta, GA
Nov. 29 - Ground Zero - Spartanburg, SC
Nov. 30 - Cat's Cradle - Carrboro, NC
Dec. 01 - Thunderdome - Baltimore, MD
Dec. 03 - Ziggy's - Winston-Salem, NC
Dec. 04 - Monkey Bar Live - Huntington, WV
Dec. 05 - Agora Theatre - Cleveland, OH
Dec. 06 - The Mission - Toledo, OH
Dec. 07 - The Intersection - Grand Rapids, MI
Dec. 09 - Clearwater Theatre - West Dundee, IL
Dec. 10 - QC Live - Davenport, IA
Dec. 11 - Royal Grove - Lincoln, NE
Dec. 12 - The Rockwell - Springfield, MO
Dec. 14 - Oasis 160 - Chicago Heights, IL
Dec. 15 - House of Bricks - Des Moines, IA


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