Music Review: Crobot CD: Something Supernatural

Posted: November 2, 2014 by realjdobypr in News

Very well written music review on Crobot CD: Something Supernatural by Skullbanger.net

Skullbanger Media

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Available: NOW

Label: Nuclear Blast

Official Websites:

https://www.facebook.com/Crobotband

http://www.crobotband.com

Nuclear Blast Records are well known in the metal community for being one of the top tier record labels that have really been very supportive of their bands and during the dark ages, the 1990’s, they were the label that really helped new bands get the support they needed and older bands to still have a place in a very non-metal world.  As the years have went on Nuclear Blast have solidified their place as one most diverse record labels for metal bands and also as a label that branches out and tries to support talented bands that may not be metal in the strictest since but are still rock oriented.  This brings us to the band Crobot.

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  1. gigoid says:

    Hey, JD… If nothing else, the cover art on this is superb…. and the review is well done, as well… The music is, I think, not to my taste, completely, though technically proficient….

    Mainly dropped in to say “howdy!”, and to mention today’s music selection over on my site… I think you’d enjoy it; it’s an artist from my past, and yours, one I used to see in Berkeley often, back in the 60’s & 70’s.. and, he’s still makin’ music… The cut I embedded today is killer…. The artist’s name is, I’m sure, one you know…. Gil Scott Heron… one of the founding fathers of hip hop, when it was still just poetry, put to jazz….

    Enjoy, bro….

    Ned, aka gigoid

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