CROBOT To Release Self-Titled EP In May

CROBOT To Release Self-Titled EP In May

Central Pennsylvania band CROBOT will release its self-titled four-song EP on May 13 via Wind-Up Records. The tracks were produced by Machine (CLUTCH, LAMB OF GOD, COBRA STARSHIP, GYM CLASS HEROES). Machine and the band are finishing up CROBOTs debut album, which will be released later this year. "Legend Of The Spaceborne Killer" will be available April 1 for download and streaming but fans can go to CrobotBand.com now and unlock #TheLegend to get a free version of the song. "Nowhere To Hide" is going to rock radio on Cinco de Mayo: May 5.

CROBOT embodies a mixture of groove-heavy riff-rock that will want to make you bang your head and shake your ass. Think of them as WOLFMOTHER's American cousins who smell like leather (they make leather-scented air fresheners!) and whose music scorches your ears like hot sauce to the taste (yes, they even have their own hot sauce!). You can't help but feel that you are taken into another dimension and back again with the songs of CROBOT. The press have been quick to praise their live shows as The Buffalo News says "…a set described by one concert-goer as 'the nastiest groove-metal I've heard this side of SOUNDGARDEN.'"

"Crobot" track listing:

01. Legend Of The Spaceborne Killer
02. Nowhere To Hide
03. La Mano De Lucifer
04. Skull Of Geronimo

CROBOT will be on the road in select cities across the United States in 2014, doing solo shows, touring with KYNG and KILL DEVIL HILL, and performing at Rock On The Range.

CROBOT is Brandon Yeagley (lead vocals, harmonica), Chris Bishop (guitar, vocals), Jake Figuroa (bass) and Paul Figuroa (drums).

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