Powerflo (Ex-Fear Factory, Biohazard, Cypress Hill, Etc.) Stream Debut Album In Full

Powerflo, the band featuring Christian Olde Wolbers (ex-Fear Factory, etc.), Sen Dog (Cypress Hill), Rogelio Lozano (Downset.), Billy Graziadei (Biohazard), and Fernando Schaefer (Worst), are streaming their self-titled debut album in full via Invisible Oranges. That effort will be released on June 23.

Click the LINK to go to the stream.

P.O.D., Alien Ant Farm, & Powerflo Announce July 2017 West Coast Dates

P.O.D., Alien Ant Farm, and Powerflo (Cypress Hill, ex-Fear Factory, etc.) have announced some July West Coast shows. Some more dates are being planned for August as well.

Tour Dates:

07/08 Fresno, CA – Full Circle Brewing Company
07/09 Riverside, CA – RHA
07/11 Bakersfield, CA – B Ryder’s Bar
07/12 Los Angeles, CA – The Regent Theatre
07/13 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre
07/14 Las Vegas, NV – Brooklyn Bowl (no Alien Ant Farm)
07/15 Salt Lake City, UT – TBA
07/16 Reno, NV – TBA

Powerflo (Ex-Fear Factory, Biohazard, Cypress Hill, Etc.) Premiere “Victim Of Circumstance” Video

Powerflo, the band featuring Christian Olde Wolbers (ex-Fear Factory, etc.), Sen Dog (Cypress Hill), Rogelio Lozano (Downset.), Billy Graziadei (Biohazard), and Fernando Schaefer (Worst), have premiered a new video for their new song “Victim Of Circumstance,“ via Loudwire. This song is from the band’s self-titled debut album which will be released on June 23.

Sen Dog commented:

“I wrote the song after watching a few episodes of one of my favorite TV shows, The First 48, which is a show about people getting caught up in street life and eventually getting twisted up by the Feds or local law enforcement. This show depicts how f–ked up most of the kids in America’s inner cities got it … the loss of innocent life along with outright cold-blooded murderers who have chosen to kill at will. The result of their offenses affects not just their victim’s family but whole communities.”

Powerflo (Ex-Fear Factory, Biohazard, Cypress Hill, Etc.) Premiere New Song “Resistance”, Reveal New Album Details

Powerflo, the band featuring Christian Olde Wolbers (ex-Fear Factory, etc.), Sen Dog (Cypress Hill), Rogelio Lozano (Downset.), Billy Graziadei (Biohazard), and Fernando Schaefer (Worst), have premieted a new song titled “Resistance.“ This song is from the band’s self-titled debut album which will be released on June 23.

Track Listing:

01. “My M.O.”
02. “Resistance”
03. “Where I Stay”
04. “Crushing That”
05. “Less Than A Human”
06. “The Grind”
07. “Victim Of Circumstance”
08. “Made It This Way”
09. “Finish The Game”
10. “Up And Out Of Me”
11. “Start A War”

Powerflo (Ex-Fear Factory, Biohazard, Cypress Hill, Etc.) Planning June Debut Release, Tease New Music

Powerflo, the band featuring Christian Olde Wolbers (ex-Fear Factory, etc.), Sen Dog (Cypress Hill), Rogelio Lozano (Downset.), Billy Graziadei (Biohazard), and Fernando Schaefer (Worst), have reveled that their debut release will be available on June 23. You can check out a teaser for that below:

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Powerflo (Ex-Fear Factory, Biohazard, Cypress Hill, Etc.) Tease New Song

Powerflo, the new band featuring Christian Olde Wolbers (ex-Fear Factory, etc.), Sen Dog (Cypress Hill), Rogelio Lozano (Downset.), Billy Graziadei (Biohazard), and Fernando Schaefer (Worst), have posted a new song teaser. Check it out below:

Powerflo (Ex-Fear Factory, Biohazard, Cypress Hill, Etc.) Planning To Release Debut Album This Spring

Powerflo, the new band featuring Christian Olde Wolbers (ex-Fear Factory, etc.), Sen Dog (Cypress Hill), Rogelio Lozano (Downset.), Billy Graziadei (Biohazard), and Fernando Schaefer (Worst), have revealed that they are planning to release their debut album in either March or April via New Damage Records. Graziadei told The New American Media that the band’s music is like a cross between Iron Maiden, Black Sabbath, and Cypress Hill, and Wolbers offered the following about their name:

“Basically, Sen Dog was spitting his game on some of the heavy riffs and shit. And he was, like, ‘Do you like this?’ And Roy, the other guitar player, said, ‘Yeah. A power flow. That’s good.’ So that’s where it kind of came from.”