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Browsing the "Crobot" Tag

Gig Review: Crobot / Wolf Jaw – G2, Glasgow (22nd July 2019)

It’s been a long time since the UK was graced by Crobot’s brand of dirty groove rock. For a tour that was announced months back, the Glasgow gig added was at the last minute (check out our upcoming interview with [...]

July 24, 2019 Gig Reviews

Crobot announce new album “Motherbrain” and new song “Low Life”

Crobot and Mascot Records have announced the planned global release of the band’s new studio album Motherbrain on August 23. Earlier this year, the band presented a raucously entertaining lead music video for the song “Keep Me Down“. Today, the [...]

June 12, 2019 News

Check out Crobot’s new and complete lineup

With brothers Jake and Paul Figueroa exiting Crobot earlier this year due to the classic “creative differences” reason, it was uncertain where the future of Crobot lay with Scorpion Child’s Alec Padron and The Sword’s ex Kevin Fender completing a temporary [...]

October 27, 2017 News

Interview: Brandon Yeagley of Crobot

Before Crobot warmed up the Glasgow crowd for Airbourne last week, I spoke with Brandon Yeagley, Crobot’s larger than life frontman. Returning to the UK with new material clearly has him excited with his ever-present Cheshire cat grin. We catch [...]

December 2, 2016 Interviews

Airbourne / Crobot / The Franklys – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow (24th Nov 2016)

Few touring line-ups will set your pulse racing like Airbourne headlining the Barrowlands and Crobot filling the support slot. And of those few, even less are guaranteed good nights like this one. Firmly notched in the calendar for many people [...]

November 28, 2016 Gig Reviews

Review: Crobot – Welcome to Fat City

For a band now only releasing its second album, Crobot know how to use a tried and tested blueprint. Lay down a dozen or so slabs of hard rock goodness that don’t mess about and leave the listener wanting more [...]

September 16, 2016 Album Reviews