Central Pennsylvania old-souled, dirty groove rock quartet CROBOT has inked a deal with Nuclear Blast for the European territory. The band is working with acclaimed producer Machine (CLUTCH, LAMB OF GOD) on its upcoming full-length debut, due out this fall. The CD will be made available in the U.S. via Wind-Up, the label that issued CROBOT's self-titled four-song EP in May.
"We're honored to have Nuclear Blast as the international wind beneath our beards," states CROBOT vocalist Brandon Yeagley. "With bands like GRAVEYARD, SCORPION CHILD, ORCHID and KADAVAR on their roster, Nuclear Blast is the perfect place for CROBOT to nest."
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 is Brandon Yeagley (lead vocals, harmonica), Chris Bishop (guitar, vocals), Jake Figuroa (bass) and Paul Figuroa (drums).
CROBOT's video for the song "Nowhere To Hide" can be seen below.