BLACK ROBOT To Release New Single

Los Angeles -based hard rock band BLACK ROBOT will release the first single from its forthcoming album, "Woman", on October 19. The song "Circles" will be available as a free download exclusively at the group's web site,

"'Circles' is song about my lifelong struggle facing demons and coming full circle," says BLACK ROBOT singer Jeremy Aric . "The melodic, riff-driven rocker was written by the band and produced by Dave Cobb in Nashville, Tennessee.

Friends and fans will get a chance to preview "Circles" and other new tracks live on Friday, November 2 at the world-famous Viper Room in West Hollywood. This will BLACK ROBOT's first live appearace with Aric.

"I'm very eager to share this music with everyone," continues Aric. "All along, I've been saying to myself, 'I can't wait to play these songs live,' and I can't think of a more perfect venue."

Tickets for the show are $10.00 in advance or $12.00 at the door and can be purchased at the Viper Room box office or online at The Viper Room is located at 8852 Sunset Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069.

Formed in 2008, BLACK ROBOT's debut album was released June 8, 2010 on Formosa Records/Rocket Science Ventures.

BLACK ROBOT bassist Jonathan "JB" Brightman is a founding member of the Grammy-nominated rock band BUCKCHERRY, having co-written and performed on that group's self-titled debut album as well as the follow-up CD, "Time Bomb".


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