Mascot Label Group has announced the signing of CROBOT to a global recording agreement.

Known across the world for its unique blend of good old-fashioned hard rock with funk, blues and other elements of musical inspiration combining to become a howling vortex that is uniquely the CROBOT nebula, the band is currently working on their next release.

CROBOT's Brandon and Bishop state: "For almost two years, the CROBOT funk has been fermenting beneath the streets of Pottsville, Pennsylvania festering into a creature grimier than a dead rat's asshole. Now, we are extremely excited to announce we are the newest members of the insanely talented Mascot Label Group roster! Big things are happening in Fat City, Beardos so stay tuned!"

Mascot Label Group North America president Ron Burman says: "We're really excited to be working with CROBOT, I love their dirty, sexy, edgy hard rock, and Brandon and Bishop's great sense of humor that shines through in their songs and performances. They're killer live and so much fun!"

CROBOT's upcoming album will follow prior releases "Welcome To Fat City" (2016), "Something Supernatural" (2014) and "Legend Of The Spaceborne Killer" (2012).

The band's current lineup is Brandon Yeagley (lead vocals, harmonica), Chris Bishop (guitar, vocals), Dan Ryan (drums) and James Lascu (bass).


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