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Powerman 5000 Streaming Entire New Album, "Somewhere On The Other Side Of Nowhere," Online

Electro rockers POWERMAN 5000’s new album, "Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere," is hitting stores this week. The collection finds the band returning to the hard groove of their earlier work, which included hits like “When Worlds Collide” and “Nobody’s Real.” “We made this record with a clear vision and a purpose,” explains frontman, Spider. “We wanted to reclaim a sound we created and represent certain influences as only a band like Powerman 5000 can. While writing, we would watch ‘Godzilla’ or ‘Ultraman’ films to ensure the sonics were on point. We knew that this record needed to sound like the footsteps of a giant robot!”

"On the surface, this album is a big fun electro metal romp...though there are bigger concepts hidden within. A quote from HG Wells sums it up best, he said, ‘Man is the unnatural animal, the rebel child of nature.’ That is an ongoing theme in the songs, our inability to find a place in our own world. I couldn't be happier with the results. I finally feel like we have made a record that not only is exactly wanted we wanted it to be, but also a record that the fans are going to love!"

The band has released two singles from the new album so far, “Super Villain” and “V Is For Vampire,” and recently filmed a video for the latter with horror film director Robert Hall.

You can check out "Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere," in its entirety via the player below as well as on AOL Music.

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1. LordAssenfroth writes:

wow thats the gayest thing ive listen to since my wife made me listen to cobra starship on the radio.

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