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Powerman 5000 Lose Two

POWERMAN 5000 have parted ways with bassist Dorian Heartsong and drummer Al Pahanish, according to informed sources.

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Although the exact reasons for the pair’s departure have not yet been revealed, the duo were recently seen moving their gear out of the band’s rehearsal studio and were reported to have been jamming with other people, including former OZZY drummer Brian Tichy’s BALL project (in the case of Heartsong) and former MY RUIN bassist Meghan Mattox, although a collaboration with the latter has since been denied by the MY RUIN camp (see item below). While no replacements have yet been announced, POWERMAN 5000 are said to be actively on the lookout for new members, with at least one potential bassist candidate having recently spoken to the group about a possible audition in the coming weeks. Heartsong and Pahanish’s departures come at an awkward time for POWERMAN 5000, who are in the process of recording additional material for their delayed Anyone For Doomsday? opus, the original version of which was famously scrapped at the 11th hour after the band supposedly decided that their newest compositions were far too good to not be included on the final product (although rumors indicate that a less-than-stellar reception to the album’s first single, “Bombshell”, and the advance copies of the album may have played a part in the decision as well).

Source: Blabbermouth

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