Anyone for Doomsday?
|Anyone for Doomsday?|
|Studio album by|
|Released||August 28, 2001|
|Recorded||Los Angeles, California|
|Genre||Industrial metal, nu metal|
|Powerman 5000 chronology|
|Singles from Anyone for Doomsday?|
Cover for the 2003 release
Anyone for Doomsday? is the third full-length album by Powerman 5000, and was originally slated as the follow-up to Tonight the Stars Revolt!. It was pulled by PM5K frontman Spider One two weeks before the release date. Due to being too similar to previous work, the album was originally intended to merely be delayed and revamped. However, during this time conflicts began to arise causing longtime members Dorian 27 (Dorian Heartsong) and Al3 (Allen Pahanish) to leave the band. As a result, the album was scrapped due to Spider's unwillingness to release an album of half new members and half old. The album was available for a while on Powerman 5000's official website through Spider One's record label, Megatronic Records. The promotional copies featured artwork that was different from the copies available on the website. The album however was taken down due to legal reasons. The album is now available in full on Spotify. The physical copy of the album has become a collector's item.
In other media
- "Bombshell" served as the only single from the album. It has also been used in several notable events, such as the theme song for the professional wrestling tag team Dudley Boyz during the last 18 months of their first WWE tenure. It also appeared on the Freddy vs. Jason soundtrack and in the 2001 film Evolution. and as the theme song in NHL Hitz 20-03, Shaun Palmer's Pro Snowboarder, and SX Superstar.
- "Danger is Go!" is featured on the PlayStation 2 game Frequency.
- "Danger Is Go!"
|1.||"Disease of Machinery"||0:37|
|2.||"Danger Is Go!"||3:05|
|4.||"The Meaning of Life"||2:47|
|5.||"Tomorrow Is Yesterday"||3:07|
|6.||"The End of Everything"||3:09|
|7.||"What the World Does"||2:02|
|9.||"The One and Only"||3:05|
|13.||"The Future That Never Was" (The song "The Future That Never Was" ends at 4:35. After 30 seconds of silence (4:35 - 5:05), begins a hidden track: it's a strange transmission like sound with some additional beats before cutting off completely.)||5:27|
- The original song "Rise" can be found on demo versions of the album.
- "Disease of Machinery" is listed as "Machines For The Living" on the back
- Adam 12 - Guitar
- Al 3 - Drums
- Terry Date - Producer
- Dorian 27 - Bass
- Spider One - Vocals
- M.33 - Guitar
- Ulrich Wild - Producer
- Ron Handler- A&R
Singles - Billboard (North America)
|2001||"Bombshell"||Mainstream Rock Tracks||26|
- "Anyone for Doomsday? - Powerman 5000". Allmusic.
- Walters, Barry (2001-08-20). "Powerman 5000: Anyone For Doomsday? : Music Reviews". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 2008-04-08. Retrieved 2012-04-22.
- "POWERMAN 5000 "Anyone for Doomsday? (scrapped promo version)"". Blabbermouth.net.