ROBOTIC EMPIRE RECORDS Launches 'Robotic Obscurities'

December 15, 2008

After being a record label for nearly 10 years, Robotic Empire has accumulated a lot of obscure, rare, demo, live and/or otherwise unreleased or hard-to-find audio. This mostly pertains to the bands and artists we've worked with over the years, and now the label has set up a site to share some of these rarities with everyone, free of charge. "Robotic Obscurities" is what the company is calling it; a blog with detailed postings surrounding some of the projects it's been a part of over the years. You can check it out here:

To kick this off right, a decent amount of stuff has been posted to start, and this is what's up so far:

* PIG DESTROYER - full live set video from 1999, and other old clips (including one of TREBLINKA, the pre-PxDx band who only played one show)
* VERSOMA – "Life During Wartime" demos
* GODS & QUEENS - two non-album tracks
* GARUDA - "Cold Wired Sentiment" (OOP CD/EP from the band who opened up the Robotic Empire "Mutation" CD comp)
* HISSING CHOIR - first show audio (three live songs) + bonus stuff

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