Crobot is awesome. You must buy their CD now.

Having just inked a deal with Wind-Up Records, Central Pennsylvania rockers Crobot started 2014 on a high note and have just wrapped up a 3 week run with a couple of their favorite bands Clutch and The Sword.

Their blend of dirty, groovy rock fit in well with this lineup and after seeing them perform live, it is quite understandable why Wind-Up expressed such interest in signing them. The guys perform with raw intensity and still display a hunger and drive to succeed found in many, but matched by few up-and-coming bands.

You do not want to miss them live.

The band have been hard at work in the studio with famed producer Machine, who has worked with bands such as Clutch, Lamb Of God, Cobra Starship, and Gym Class Heroes. The follow up to their self-released debut The Legend Of The Spaceborne Killer is expected to come out sometime this spring. According to the band, the recording process for the new album was an immense learning experience which promises to take their music to the next level.

The guys took a few moments to chat with the National Rock Review before the final date of their current tour over at The Machine Shop in Flint, Michigan.

If you did happen to miss them this time around, don’t worry; the band will be hitting the road once again at the end of January when they embark on the Snocore 2014 Tour which returns after a two year hiatus and includes such acts as The Pretty Reckless, Heaven’s Basement, and The Letter Black. Boston based Empire Street have recently been added to the lineup.

The first Crobot album is The Legend Of The Spaceborne Killer and was released on October 30, 2012. They have released a video of the title track.


Crobot has a channel on YouTube called Crobot TV. Along with video content, Crobot TV includes studio updates and behind-the-scenes footage.

The latest video released last month features Riffs & Cookies with Bishop.


Make sure you check these guys out on the Snocore Tour 2014 and keep an eye out for their upcoming Wind-Up Records debut.

Crobot album is available at Amazon:

Crobot CD

Jan 29 – Bourbon Theatre  in  Lincoln, NE
Jan 30 – Wooly’s  in  Des Moines, IA
Feb 01 – The Eagles Hall  in  Milwaukee, WI
Feb 02 – Mojoes  in  Joliet, IL
Feb 04 – The Machine Shop in Flint, MI
Feb 05 – Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, Canada
Feb 07 – Montage Music Hall in Rochester, NY
Feb 08 – The Palladium in Worcester, MA
Feb 09 – Upstate Concert Hall in Albany, NY
Feb 11 – Sound Stage in Baltimore, MD
Feb 12 – Irving Plaza in New York, NY
Feb 13 – Maingate Nightclub in Allentown, PA
Feb 14 – Levels in State College, PA
Feb 15 – Chameleon Club in Lancaster, PA
Feb 17 – Altar Bar in Pittsburgh, PA
Feb 19 – The Summit Music Hall in Denver, CO
Feb 21 – Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel Casino in Las Vegas, NV
Feb 22 – The Observatory in Anaheim, CA
Feb 23 – House of Blues in West Hollywood, CA

Brandon Yeagley (Lead Vocals, Harmonica)
Chris Bishop (Guitar, Vocals)
Jake Figueroa (Bass)
Paul Figueroa (Drums)

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