POWERMAN 5000: 'Super Villain' Digital Single Coming In February

POWERMAN 5000 will release a new song, "Super Villain", as a digital single on February 10.

Commented the band: "Now, we realize all of you web-crawlers out there know how to steal music, but do us a favor and buy the track. PM5K is no longer part of some big major label system and have always respected, appreciated and supported our fans from day one. Please respect the music so it doesn't go away!"

"Super Villain" is available for streaming on the group's MySpace page.

POWERMAN 5000 in 2007 parted ways with guitarists Johnny Heatley and Terry Corso and replaced them with Evan Rodaniche and Dave Pino.

The band's latest album, "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". The CD was recorded at the Hobby Shop in Eagle Rock, CA and was mixed by Dave Schiffman (AUDIOSLAVE, JOHNNY CASH, SYSTEM OF A DOWN).

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