Revelator Show 287:Like Machines & Crobot
On this episode of The Revelator Show podcast I welcome music guests Like Machines and Crobot. You’ll hear music from former guests Black Foxxes, Raveneye, and 10 Years. I’ll also cover the new Stars Wars film and series, the NFL, Andrew Luck and Greenland.
This week’s Guests:
Tanner from the Atlanta based band Like Machines joins me on this episode to talk about the bands new single Destitute and the impact of homelessness in the USA. Tanner and I talk in great detail about the impact it has on people.
Tanner talks about the bands upcoming shows with Avatar and the bands prep for these shows. Like Machines has also toured with Fozzy and we talked about WWE & the new AEW featuring Chris Jericho. We talk about the classic golden age of wrestling and the Monday night wars.
Tanner also talks about the band’s history and how he and the guys have known one another for a long time. Tanner said the guys were all in different bands and never really talked about forming a band. They had been just jamming and playing together and things progressed fast.
Tanner talks about his longtime friend and drummer for the band who is the life of the party and his unique outfits and the lack of clothing as well.
The band is planning on releasing more music and touring a lot for 2020.
LIKE MACHINES is back with their 2nd single, “Destitute” Available NOW June 14th. Listen HERE
“Destitute” is a socially conscious song, exploring physical and emotional homelessness. The accompanying video delves deep into the urgent tragedy, in dire need of compassion and attention.
Please watch and share "Destitute" video Here:
Like Machines is a hard rock trio hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, featuring Andrew Evans on vocals/guitar, Tanner Hendon on bass and Cheney Brannon on drums.
"Destitute" follows the band's 2019 debut track, "Kaiser" and will be followed by subsequent singles throughout the year.
For more information about Like Machines please visit:
The vocalist Brandon Yeagley from Crobot makes his first official visit to the TRS podcast to talk about the band’s new album Motherbrain, and the bands single “Lowlife.
Brandon and I talk about black coffee, hot chicken, Nashville’s own The Dead Deads, and the bands visit to Nashville with The Damned Things.
Brandon shares a story about a time he was sick on stage, throwing up before a show and while performing he was at a rally and announced the wrong information. Luckily, he was forgiven and allowed to leave unharmed from the biker rally.
Brandon breaks down the bands new album sonic sound and maintaining the bands identity. He talks about how he was worried that maybe some fans might think the new single Lowlife was too rock radio friendly. Brandon feels good about the bands risk musically on this new Motherbrain album. Brandon mentioned that the bands headlining set list will feature 4-5 new songs from the Motherbrain album.
Crobot is currently on tour and will be right up until Halloween. We talk about the bands plans for dressing up for Halloween. Brandon shares some of his personal details about this family life and his daughter who is a big Elmo fan.
Pottsville, PA --- Crobot and Mascot Records have presented a new music video for “Low Life”
from the band’s upcoming studio album MOTHERBRAIN out globally on August 23. The clip
captures front man Brandon Yeagley as he navigates multiple settings while exhibiting
questionable behavior towards the various characters he comes in contact with. Accompanied by
a high energy band performance, Crobot have simply mastered the art of creating compelling,
entertaining music videos. The clip was directed by David Brodsky, and produced by Allison
Woest for My Good Eye Music Videos (Clutch, Queensryche, Gwar).
For more information about Crobot please visit:
These band’s are heard on the TRS podcast this week.
1. Black Foxxes- I’m Not Well: On this episode you’ll hear the bands title track from their 2016 album “I’m Not Well”. The band recently released their latest album “Reidi” in 2018 and they are also working on a live session’s album. The bands only appearance on the Revelator Show podcast was on TRS 180. For more information about the band please visit. https://www.facebook.com/blackfoxxesuk/
2. Raveneye- Oh My Love: this powerhouse tri is finishing up the follow up to their debut album titled “Nova”. You’ll hear their single “Oh My Love” on this episode. You can check out several interviews and some concert photo galleries on this site. https://www.revelatorshow.com/search?q=raveneye
For more information about the band and updates for thier new album please visit: https://www.facebook.com/ItsRavenEye/
3. 10 Years- Novacaine: The band has been relentless touring for the last two years since the release of their album Ghost. 10 Years have appeared several times on the TRS podcast over the last few years. Check out all interviews & photos of 10 Years here: https://www.revelatorshow.com/search?q=10+years
The Revelator Show photo catalog continues to grow. The newest editions to the site include photos & reviews of Underoath, Korn, Baroness, I Prevail, and August Burns Red.
Check out other photo galleries from 2017, 2018 and 2019. The photo galleries include photos & reviews of many artist including The Glorious Sons, 10 Years, Chevelle, Gemini Syndrome, Nothing More, Hell or High Water, Less Than Jake, All That Remains, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Hum, Falling In Reverse, Highly Suspect, Pop Evil, Fozzy, Josh Todd and The Conflict, Bones, The Jesus Lizard. Dorothy Jasmine Cain Anthrax, Killswitch Engage, They Might Be Giants Anti-Flag Drop Kick Murphy’s Clutch, As The Crow Flies, Sevendust Awolnation, Everclear, Halestorm, Breaking Benjamin, Greta Van Fleet, In This Moment, 10 Years, Styx ,Plain White T’s Reverend Horton Heat, The Dead Deads, Buckcherry, Beasto Blanco Julien-K Vans Warped Tour, & The Pixies, Weezer Mayday Parade, Le Butcherettes, Goblin, The Wrecks, Bad Flower, 10 Years Them Evils Pop Evil. Clutch, Larkin Poe, Dorothy. Tesla Crowbar, Corrosion of Conformity Light The Torch, Welles Failure. From Ashes To New, Ice Nine Kills, Buckcherry, Rivals sons and Evanescence.
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