Crobot Releasing Full-Length Debut 'Something Supernatural' This October

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Crobot Releasing Full-Length Debut 'Something Supernatural' This October
Crobot, a killer new band from Pottsville, Pennsylvania, have announced that their debut full-length album "Something Supernatural" is set for October 28 release via Wind-Up Records.

Hard rockers have joined forces with Lamb of God producer Machine, praising him for giving "great input" throughout the process.

"We got to know Machine and hung out and understood that he definitely understands where we're coming from and what Crobot is at its core. Working with bands like Clutch and Lionize, being our favorite bands to work with, it was really cool. He really got who we are as a band before we even stepped foot into the studio," frontman Brandon Yeagley told Loudwire.

Furthermore, the group has presented the album's cover artwork, make sure to check out the unveiling clip below.

To give you some actual music, check out the record's lead single "Nowhere to Hide" below. Also, the guys have recently presented a live video for their older tune "Legend of the Spaceborne Killer," we recommend giving it a few spins as well.

Neat fact - each of the band members has a fellow bandmate tattooed somewhere on their bodies. Not a lot of groups do that these days. Anyhow, check out their official YouTube channel for more.

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