Powerman 5000 To Blast Into Another Tour

Rockers will headline 36 U.S. dates with Static-X and Dope.

Industrial rockers Powerman 5000 are taking the lead on another round of U.S. dates, with Static-X and Dope, according to DreamWorks Records.

The trek begins Jan. 28 in Seattle and carries the bands through 25 states, wrapping up on March 18 in Oklahoma City.

Powerman 5000's second full-length album, the sci-fi influenced Tonight the Stars Revolt! (1999), features the singles "When Worlds Collide" (RealAudio excerpt) and "Nobody's Real" (RealAudio excerpt), as well as appearances by Marilyn Manson drummer Ginger Fish, Limp Bizkit's DJ Lethal and ghoulish rocker Rob Zombie, brother of Powerman singer Spider (born Mike Cummings).

Powerman 5000 and Static-X, whose Wisconsin Death Trip was released last year, both contributed new songs, "Get On, Get Off" and "So Real," respectively, to Scream 3: The Album (Jan. 25). Dope lent "Debonaire," off Felons and Revolutionaries (1999), to the disc.

Powerman 5000 tour dates:

Jan. 28; Seattle, Wash.; Moore Theatre

Jan. 29; Portland, Ore.; Roseland Theater

Feb. 1; San Francisco, Calif.; Fillmore

Feb. 2–3; Hollywood, Calif.; Palace

Feb. 5; Las Vegas, Nev.; House of Blues

Feb. 7; Lubbock, Texas; Liquid 2000

Feb. 8; Dallas, Texas; Deep Ellum Live

Feb. 9; Houston, Texas; Aerial Theatre

Feb. 11; Myrtle Beach, S.C.; House of Blues

Feb. 12; Atlanta, Ga.; Masquerade

Feb. 13; Raleigh, N.C.; Ritz

Feb. 15; Washington, D.C.; 9:30 Club

Feb. 16; Providence, R.I.; Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

Feb. 18; New York, N.Y.; Roseland Ballroom

Feb. 19; Worcester, Mass.; Palladium

Feb. 20; Philadelphia, Pa.; Electric Factory

Feb. 22; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Metropol

Feb. 23; Cincinnati, Ohio; Bogart's

Feb. 25; Detroit, Mich.; Harpo's

Feb. 26; Cleveland, Ohio; Agora Theatre

Feb. 27; Columbus, Ohio; Newport Music Hall

Feb. 28; Indianapolis, Ind.; Egyptian Room

March 1; Chicago, Ill.; Riviera Theatre

March 2; Milwaukee, Wis.; Rave

March 3; St. Paul, Minn.; Roy Wilkins Auditorium

March 4; Omaha, Neb.; Sokol Auditorium

March 6; Des Moines, Iowa; Super Toad

March 7; Kansas City, Mo.; Uptown Theatre

March 10; St. Petersburg, Fla.; Jannus Landing

March 11; Lake Buena Vista, Fla.; House of Blues

March 12; Fort Lauderdale, Fla.; Chili Pepper

March 14; Spartanburg, S.C.; Ground Zero

March 15; Birmingham, Ala.; Five Points Music Hall

March 16; New Orleans, La.; House of Blues

March 18; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Diamond Ballroom