Brighton’s Monsters Build Mean Robots produce music that’s dramatic and active, layered thick using the textures of electronic noises and electric guitar loops. Motivated by instrumental post-rockers Godspeed You Dark Emperor! and called after a lyric within a Magic Mt. Zion’s “Horses in the Sky,” the music group was originally produced as a aspect project by associates of Courtroom of Hidden Encounters and Last Times of Lorca. After launching their self-titled debut on Fine Weather conditions for Airstrikes Information in 2007, Monsters Build Mean Robots extended from a normal lineup to add vocalists, a cellist, and a violinist, and began writing music customized toward their enthusiastic concert events, which got become much less reliant on laptop computer beats. In August of 2011 the music group released a sprawling five-song follow-up, entitled WeShouldHaveDestroyedOurGeneralsNotTheirEnemies.