Playlist Challenge, Day 475

Powerman 5000 — “When Worlds Collide”

Playlist Challenge, Day 474

Powerman 5000 — “Nobody’s Real”

5 Bands/Artists You Should Be Following (#12)

1. Stone Horses

An alternative rock band from Maryland. For fans of Jack White, The Black Keys, Highly Suspect, etc. Stone Horses has a show at Baltimore Soundstage on July 13th. Check out their first official video, “Reckless Ways.”


2. Hand of the Tribe

A hard rock/metal band from Massachusetts. For fans of Sevendust, HellYeah, Godsmack, etc. Hand of the Tribe has recently been getting airplay on Rock Rage Radio. Listen to “Everything Is Love” and “Moonwalk” now.


3. Gravitation

A hard rock, female-fronted band from North Carolina. For fans of New Year’s Day, Halestorm, Evanescence, etc. Gravitation has a few upcoming shows, the dates of which you can find on their Facebook. Here are “The Other Side” and “Breathe.”


4. Within the Grey

A hard rock/metal band from Illinois. For fans of Breaking Benjamin, Chevelle, Five Finger Death Punch, etc. Within the Grey just released three new tracks, all of which are available on Spotify. Listen to “Take The Blame” here:


5. Thrillchaser

An alternative pop/rock band from Rhode Island. For fans of CHVRCHES, Fun, Hozier, etc. Thrillchaser just released their debut album, A Lot Like Love. Check out the title track and “Like That.”


Weekly Focus: Powerman 5000, Day Seven

Powerman 5000 — “We Want It All,” from the album Builders of the Future (2014).

Weekly Focus: Powerman 5000, Day Six

Powerman 5000 — “Space Oddity,” from the album Copies, Clones, and Replicants (2011).

Weekly Focus: Powerman 5000, Day Five

Powerman 5000 — “Show Me What You’ve Got,” from the album Somewhere on the Other Side of Nowhere (2009).

Weekly Focus: Powerman 5000, Day Four

Powerman 5000 — “Now That’s Rock-n-Roll,” from the album Destroy What You Enjoy (2006).

Weekly Focus: Powerman 5000, Day Three

One of my favorite PM5K songs, from my favorite PM5K album ❤

Powerman 5000 — “Stereotype,” from the album Transform (2003).

Weekly Focus: Powerman 5000, Day Two

Powerman 5000 — “Bombshell,” from the album Anyone For Doomsday? (2001)