CROBOT To Release 'Something Supernatural' In October

August 13, 2014

Central Pennsylvania old-souled, dirty groove rock quartet CROBOT will release its new album, titled "Something Supernatural", on October 28 via Wind-Up. The CD was produced at Machine Shop studios by Machine (CLUTCH, LAMB OF GOD, COBRA STARSHIP, GYM CLASS HEROES),who also worked with CROBOT on the band's self-titled EP.

The good-time anthem and first single "Nowhere To Hide" — a track that sounds like THE BLACK CROWES driving a Camaro — has cracked the Top 20 at radio, climbing to No. 16 this week with major market support, including SiriusXM Octane, WIIL Chicago, WRIF Detroit, KISW Seattle, KXXR Minneapolis, WIYY Baltimore, WJRR Orlando and WFTK Cincinnati, among others.

CROBOT spent the past few years honing its live show and garnering a devoted following from its bombastic U.S. performances at festivals and clubs shows. After high-profile tours with CLUTCH, THE SWORD, TRUCKFIGHTERS, KYNG and KILL DEVIL HILL, the band will soon announce headlining dates for the fall.

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.

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