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Robot Monster Army - Live Track Online

Robot Monster Army, the brainchild of ex-Wargasm frontman Bob Mayo, have posted an exclusive live track on the RMA's official MySpace page. "Break Every Bone (Live)" is one of 3 tracks that will appear on the forthcoming "Strange Angel" EP, the second release from Robot Monster Army.

"Strange Angel" EP [cover art] tracklist:

01. Strange Angel
02. Animal Heart/Machine Head
03. Break Every Bone [Live Version]

Robot Monster Army's self-titled debut album was released in June on YAAG Records and is currently available via all major online music outlets. The 70's-inspired album features performances by several members of Boston's metal elite: former members of Wargasm, Only Living Witness & Gang Green appear, and current members of Steel Assassin, Bad Karma and Meliah Rage also contributed.

"2 of the songs on the EP are basically left-overs from the first album", says Mayo. "It's an outtake from the album sessions ("Strange Angel"), the b-side to the "She's The Future" single ("Animal Heart/Machine Head"), and also a live track ("Break Every Bone"). I don't remember much about the live one..."

Each Robot Monster Army release will benefit a worthy cause; a portion of the proceeds generated from the "Strange Angel" EP will benefit Autism Speaks, a non-profit organization dedicated to funding research into the causes, prevention, treatments and a cure for autism; increasing awareness of autism spectrum disorders; and advocating for the needs of individuals with autism and their families.

"Robot Monster Army " [cover art] tracklist:

01. Flame On!
02. Halfway
03. Red Planet
04. Gazelle
05. Your Dog's Teeth
06. Nerve Damage/Nerve Ending
07. She's The Future
08. We're All Going To Hell
09. On The Moon/Moon Rock

Source: myspace
Band profile: Wargasm
Posted: 27.08.2009 by Thryce


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27.08.2009 - 12:46
Great news, thanks Thryce. Does anyone know if the June release included actual physical pressings?
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