POWERMAN 5000: Entire 'Destroy What You Enjoy' CD Available For Streaming

AOL is hosting a full CD "Listening Party" (in streaming form) to celebrate today's release of POWERMAN 5000's "Destroy What You Enjoy" (DRT Entertainment). Check it out at this location.

As previously reported, POWERMAN 5000's video for their new single, "Wild World", has been posted online at this location. "Shot in a Los Angeles crack house with director Jeff Stewart, the clip is the ultimate anti-'Cribs' statement," according to a posting on the group's web site. "Throw in a couple of hookers and some random acts of violence and a masterpiece is born."

"Destroy What You Enjoy" was produced by Mudrock (AVENGED SEVENFOLD, GODSMACK), who also co-produced POWERMAN 5000's major label debut, "Mega!! Kung Fu Radio", and was recorded at the Hobby Shop in Eagle Rock, CA. The album was mixed by Dave Schiffman (AUDIOSLAVE, JOHNNY CASH, SYSTEM OF A DOWN).


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