Powerman 5000 or Project N-Fidelikah

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In a Nutshell

Hard rockers fuse nu metal on hits “Nobody’s Real” and “When Worlds Collide”; former members of Dokken and Fishbone play funk-punk mishmash

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The Deal

  • $10 for one general-admission ticket to Powerman 5000 (up to $17.91 value)
  • $15 for one general-admission ticket to Project N-Fidelikah (up to $21 value)

Powerman 5000

  • Their sound: a crowd-rousing fusion of industrial rock, electronic rock, and alternative nu metal
  • Their breakthrough: their sophomore album, 1999’s Tonight the Stars Revolt!, which included the hits “When Worlds Collide,” “Nobody’s Real,” and the title track
  • Their latest: 2014’s Builders of the Future, their eighth studio album
  • Where else you’ve heard them: on multiple soundtracks, including Scream 3, Zoolander, and Mission: Impossible 2

Project N-Fidelikah

  • How OC Weekly describes the band: as a “funk punk ghetto underground quartet”
  • Where else you’ve seen guitarist George Lynch: as lead guitarist in metal band Dokken and head of his own band Lynch Mob
  • How you know singer Angelo Moore: from his days as lead singer/saxophonist of Fishbone
  • Common themes in their music: social and racial injustice, which Moore sums up as “badass, challenging music!”

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