POWERMAN 5000 Release Korea-Only EP

POWERMAN 5000 have just released a new Korea-only EP, entitled "Korea Tour EP". The limited-edition CD, which contains previously unreleased studio recordings, was originally sold at the group's August 5 show in Seoul, Korea.

"Korea Tour EP" (view artwork by vocalist Spider here) track listing:

01. Heroes & Villains
02. That's the Way It Is
03. Riot Time
04. Last Night on Earth

POWERMAN 5000 are currently recording their as-yet-untitled fifth album, tentatively due in early 2006. Vocalist Spider recently told MTV.com that the LP, which the band is self-producing, will have an "under-produced," stripped-down sound. Songtitles set to appear on the follow-up to 2003's "Transform" include "Treat Me like a Stranger" plus the aforementioned "Heroes & Villains" and "Last Night on Earth".


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