POWERFLO PREMIERES NEW VIDEO “LESS THAN A HUMAN” VIA METAL INJECTION TODAY
(New York, NY) – After a jam-packed year which saw the release of their well-received self-titled full-length debut as well as several notable nationwide tours, explosive quintet Powerflo are proud to premiere their brand new video, “Less Than A Human,” via Metal Injection today.
Directed by Powerflo’s Billy Graziadei, the video captures live footage from their recent treks with P.O.D., Alien Ant Farm, Fire From The Gods, Brujeria and more. Of the video, Graziadei commented, “We made a lot of friends around the country during these past tours. We filmed this video on the road to showcase what we do best…kicking ass and taking names!”
Powerflo’s full-length self-titled debut is out now and includes the track, “Less Than A Human”. It bowed at #15 on the Hard Rock chart, #17 on the Heatseekers chart and #54 on the Indie chart, respectively and has received rave reviews from the press. NYS Music declared, “Powerflo is tight, has chemistry and contains killer hooks and a hard sound that grabs you by the collar and makes you listen. Keep an eye out for POWERFLO. It’s easily the best debut metal album of this year.” Powerflo has already been covered in other tastemaker media as well - Loudwire, Blabbermouth, Brave Words, Metal Insider and more. Their song “Resistance” is now a theme song of WWE NXT. The band recently stopped by the offices of the highly-successful, hard-hitting reality television show on A&E, “The First 48,” to discuss how the show inspired their single, “Victim Of Circumstance”. Check out that clip here.
Melding hip-hop, metal, punk, and rock into a potent offering, Powerflo lives up to its name. The vision of Grammy-Award-nominated multiplatinum Cypress Hill rapper Sen Dog, downset guitarist Rogelio “Roy” Lozano, Biohazard vocalist and guitarist Billy Graziadei, ex-Fear Factory bassist Christian Olde Wolbers, and Worst drummer Fernando Schaefer, Powerflo draws on their powerhouse resume to collectively smash boundaries with POWERFLO. The album is produced by Billy Graziadei and Josh Lynch, mixed by Jay Baumgardner (Godsmack, Papa Roach, Helmet) and mastered by Maor Applebaum (Faith No More, Halford, Adrenaline Mob) at Maor Applebaum Mastering.
The origins of Powerflo can be traced back over more than two decades as the members of the band would collaborate on numerous occasions. In addition to both Cypress Hill and Biohazard appearing on the landmark platinum-selling Judgment Night Soundtrack, Sen Dog delivered a cameo on Biohazard’s STATE OF THE WORLD ADDRESS in 1993, while Christian both guested on Cypress Hill’s chart-topping 2000 double-album SKULLS & BONES, which Roy also guested on, and 2001’s STONE RAIDERS in addition to performing with the group countless times. In 2015, longtime friend Roy played demos for Sen on a ride to the airport. The music immediately spoke to the rapper and thus Powerflo was born.