The Legend of the Spaceborne Killer
Just a short time ago my beard received a brusque communiqué from the surface of some distant sun, and immediate actions were taken to prepare for a Crobot invasion. The band were here in a flash, touching down amidst searing heat and a cloud of stardust, and despite my best efforts to withstand their takeover, the high voltage prime movers prevailed, a dominating victory detailed in the hard rock hustle of their debut full-length, The Legend of the Spaceborne Killer. A self-fulfilling prophesy, to be sure, but the path to rock n’ roll infamy is often paved with glitter and sweat, and Crobot have taken one giant step toward all them bright lights by unleashing an absolutely tasty array of heavy groove n’ roll. You know, I haven’t heard this kind of smoky stage attack slither out of Pennsylvania since Silvertide burned up everyone’s denim panties about 10 years ago, and fans of The Parlor Mob, Monster Truck, or the late Dirty Sweet ought to seek out every algae-filled swimming pool, beer garden, stinky festival, or dilapidated concert hall in order to catch Crobot before they blow up and are gone forever. So, come, brothers and sisters, and join all the cosmic doppelgangers and dirty faced brethren for good times in the bad lands. Resistance really is futile.
Listen to the title track from The Legend of the Spaceborne Killer!
Posted by Jeff on Nov 8 2012 in Reviews
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