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Sounding such as a relic of a time when fuzz-drenched hard rock and roll was delivered with greasy swagger and reckless reject, Crobot were produced in 2012 by guitarist Chris Bishop and singer Brandon Yeagley. From their house bottom of Pottsville, Pa, the set self-released an EP, The Star of Spaceborne Killer, before solidifying their lineup with brothers Jake and Paul Figueroa, who deal with bass and drums, respectively. Crobot go about refining their crunchy, riff-driven audio, and in 2013 they agreed upon on with Wind-Up Information, which released the quartet’s groove-heavy, self-titled EP in 2014, implemented in October of this calendar year by their debut studio room long-player Something Supernatural. Their second full-length, Welcome to Unwanted fat City, premiered in 2016 via Nuclear Blast.

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