On February 5 2017, Rob Zombie joined his brother Spider and his band Powerman 5000, at the world famous Whiskey A Go Go.
The brothers stormed into a noisy and lively rendition of the White Zombie classic Thunderkiss 65.
If you missed this, you can watch it above – credit goes to YT user: Bob Loblaw for the video.
The band made the announcement on their Facebook page yesterday (23 Jan 17).
Tickets are available here: ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?eventId=7028095
Due to overwhelming demand, Rob Zombie has added a second Great American Nightmare performance (November 1) at FEARPlex in Pomona, CA, with guests Powerman 5000 and 45 Grave.
The groundbreaking musician and filmmaker and his band will close out the ultimate Halloween music and horror event with headlining performances on both Friday, November 1 and Saturday, November 2.
For one night only, October 5 2012 in St Louis, Spider One, little brother to Rob Zombie, will be joining the Twins of Evil tour as a special guest with his band Powerman 5000.
Powerman 5000 were formed in 1991. Their most noteable sucess was the 1999 album Tonight the Stars Revolt which featured current Rob Zombie drummer Ginger Fish, who played piano on Watch The Sky for Me.
Powerman 5000 have been on tour in America over the past couple of months. You can find out more about them by going to their website: Powerman5000.com