POWERMAN 5000: New Song Available For Download

A brand-new POWERMAN 5000 track, entitled "The Last Night On Earth", has been made available for download at this location (MP3, 2.2 MB).

"The Last Night On Earth" is one of three new POWERMAN 5000 songs recorded recently at guitarist Adam 12's studio, Qi (prounounced "chee") Lab Studios in Los Angeles, CA for inclusion on THQ's "WWE SmackdownT Vs. Raw" video game, which is set for release November 2 exclusively for PlayStation 2. The tracks will be heard throughout the game itself, in the promotional trailer and as part of the game's online advertising campaign. They will also most likely appear on the band's forthcoming studio album. A video for "The Last Night On Earth" from "WWE Smackdown!T vs. Raw" will be shot in Los Angeles later this month — directed by singer Spider One — and will be serviced to various TV outlets by early October. Spider One previously directed "Super Nova Goes Pop" from the group's platinum "Tonight The Stars Revolt!" album, co-directed "When Worlds Collide" and "Nobody's Real" from "Tonight The Stars Revolt!" with Dave Meyers, and co-directed "Relax" (the band's cover of FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD's classic '80s song from the "Zoolander" soundtrack album) with Mark Klasfield.

POWERMAN 5000 are currently hard at work on their fifth studio album, tentatively due in early 2005 on Megatronic/iMusic. Spider One and Adam 12 are currently in the early stages of writing and plan to enter the recording studio by the end of the year.

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