ROBOT MONSTER ARMY Working On New Material
ROBOT MONSTER ARMY, the brainchild of ex-WARGASM frontman Bob Mayo, has begun pre-production on the follow-up to its debut album. Tentatively titled "Monsterpiece", the CD will once again be tracked at Red Devil Recording in Stoughton, Massachusetts and will feature guest performances from "some of Boston's finest." Mayo promises "12 more songs about super-heroes, giant monsters, and the end of the world in classic late-'70s heavy metal style."
A simultaneous MP3/CD release is planned for "Monsterpiece" in the fall of 2010.
While ROBOT MONSTER ARMY's self-titled debut album was released in June 2009 on YAAG Records through all major online music outlets, a specially-priced CD version is now available at this location. The '70s-inspired album featured performances by several members of Boston's metal elite: former members of WARGASM, ONLY LIVING WITNESS and GANG GREEN appear, and current members of STEEL ASSASSIN, BAD KARMA and MELIAH RAGE also contributed.
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/robotmonsterarmy.
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