POWERMAN 5000 Land New Drummer, Continue Bassist Search

January 27, 2002

POWERMAN 5000 have acquired an as-yet-undisclosed new drummer as a replacement for Al Pahanish, who left the group in October to pursue other projects. Currently in the studio recording material for their forthcoming CD (following an aborted attempt, entitled Anyone For Doomsday?, that got pulled two weeks prior to its scheduled August 28th release),POWERMAN 5000 have yet to secure a new bassist to fill the slot left vacant by the departure of Dorian Heartsong, who has since joined a Los Angeles-based act called THE FLYING TIGERS, with a self-titled debut CD due through the Atlantic label on April 16th.

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