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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

Saturday Video Roundup: Crobot, Sludgehammer, Farewell My Love, Everyday Sidekicks

When this post publishes, I’ll be necking all the spare jelly and ice cream at my youngest daughter’s birthday party. Rest assured I’ll be getting an ice-cream headache. Feel free to induce your own by banging along to this lot… [...]

July 23, 2016 Videos

Album Artwork Updates – Vader and Crobot

Two bands have unleashed pretty pictures today, with cover art from upcoming EP/album releases from Vader and Crobot being revealed. Vader Polish death metallers Vader will release an EP called Iron Times on August 12th. The cover art was created by renowned [...]

July 11, 2016 News

Sunday Video Roundup: Bastille, Crobot, Carnifex, Ringworm

The sun is shining, the birds are cowering in their nests and metal is blasting out over the field up on which Wildfire is taking place… probably. I’m actually writing this on Wednesday night, but let me hope… Bastille – [...]

June 26, 2016 Videos

Interview: Brandon Yeagley of Crobot

After our interview with Aryn of Scorpion Child and watching the band themselves finish their soundcheck, I bump into Brandon, Crobot’s frontman. The cheshire cat grin is still stuck on his face, even if he’s a little less recognisable without [...]

November 16, 2015 Interviews

Crobot / Scorpion Child / Buffalo Summer – Cathouse, Glasgow (12th November 2015)

Since Crobot made their debut on UK shores just over a year ago, things have been full speed ahead for them. Touring alongside titans like Black Label Society, Volbeat, Anthrax and Motörhead, if you like your rock on the heavier [...]

November 14, 2015 Gig Reviews