Tag Archives: Golden Robot Records

Palace Of The King – One Of These Days

Following the release of Get Right With Your Maker last year, Melbourne rock band Palace Of The King hasn’t been idle. Already working on a follow-up album they’ve just released a brand single, a new rock n roll number going by the handle ‘One Of These Days’. “Having toured all around the world visiting 10 countries and rocking some of the biggest shows Palace ...

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Skid Row Sign New Deal

Skid Row has signed a worldwide deal with Golden Robot Records that will see the American band release the latest instalment of their United World Rebellion records series later in the year, the first to feature their new singer ZP Theart. Armed with both a punk and metal attitude, Skid Row hit the ground running in 1988. They scored top ...

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Trope

Trope’s Eleutheromania

Los Angeles four piece Trope will be bringing out their debut album Eleutheromani, a work that’s said to refer to a mad zealousness or irresistible craving for freedom. It’s to be released through Golden Robot Records. Those in the know describe them as being reminiscent of A Perfect Circle or Tool with female vocals, but to that add progress textures and ...

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John Sykes

John Sykes Summer Solo Album

Guitar hero John Sykes has completed a new solo album that looks set for a summer release through a recently signed worldwide deal with Golden Robot Records, with live concerts planned. Whether the album will bear the previously announced intended title of Sy-Ops is at present uncertain. Like many on the 80s new wave of heavy metal scene, Sykes’s vinyl debut ...

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Kids Just Wanna Be Happy

For all of societies pressures, family, friends, social media and school swirling around your head, sometimes all you want to do is fly a kite in the park and be happy! Life might be a bully but you’ve just got to look that bully in the eye, smile and stand up for happiness… Or so they say! Young Australian band ...

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Watch Little Miss Crazy with The Lazys

Canadian based Aussie rockers, The Lazys have released a new video for ‘Little Miss Crazy’ – a raucous, romping rock song of the highest order and sees the lads try their luck and fail with the opposite sex. ‘Little Miss Crazy’ is taken from their Tropical Hazards album, available on Golden Robot Records. Since relocating to the opposite side of the world, things have gone from strength to ...

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Jailbirds Have One Hell Of A Fight

In a familiar rock story but with a twist, two Aussie brothers went to the other side of the world and started a rock ‘n’ roll band… By the name of the Jailbirds. Originally from Sydney, singer/guitarist Axel and drummer Jay McDonald, landed in Dublin, Ireland a few years back and hooked up with a couple of locals, guitarist Ed ...

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Fyre Bird Debut

Two-piece indie rock outfit Fyre Byrd have dropped their debut single ‘Take Me Out’, through Golden Robot Records. Brother and sister, Joshua and Daniella (their surname enigmatically in absentia) have a musical chemistry that’s developed as they’ve grown over the years. Based in Adelaide, they’ve been making their presence known courtesy of Daniella’s animalistic drumming and Joshua’s vocals and heavily distorted guitar that ...

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Rose Tattoo & Girlschool Anniversary Party 2018

High octane Aussie rockers  Rose Tattoo have this year mapped out for them with their Blood Brothers 2018 tour taking them round the world with a pit stop in the UK where they’ll be having the formidable support of Girlschool. The tour coincides with the bonus reissue edition of their Blood Brothers album on 18th May through Golden Robot Records. First released in ...

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Flickertail – Hurry Up And Wait

Flickertail hail from Sydney’s Inner West, but there’s apparently some Irish lineage in them too. They previously operated under the handle of The Bitter Sweethearts and drop names like Thin Lizzy, The Darkness and Oasis as inspiration if you filter that through a garage band you’re about on key. They operate on the catchy end of rock, tunes that by ...

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