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Putting out records since 1999, Robotic Empire has slowly but surely built a strong following of those who appreciate the heaviest of the heavy. The label has worked with bands like Page Ninety Nine, Hot Cross, Kung Fu Rick, and Opeth, and currently house two of hardcore's biggest buzz bands - Circle Takes The Square and Daughters.

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Nothing : "Something In The Way" (Nirvana)
Philadelphia's Nothing have released a cover of "Something In The Way" by Nirvana. The cover will be part of the Whatever Nevermind tribute album due out on April 18th, 2015, which is Record Store Day. Nothing released Guilty of Everything in…
2015-04-08 17:00:01

Touche Amore, La Dispute, Torche, more on Nirvana tribute
There's going to be a new tribute album to Nirvana. The album will be called Whatever Nevermind. It's coming out via Robotic Empire, and will be out on Record Store Day. Bands appearing on the comp include Touche Amore, La Dispute, Torche,…
2015-03-25 13:00:01

Some Stranger: 'Some Stranger'
Some Stranger, a new band which includes former members of Daytrader, have posted a pay-what-you-want stream of their debut EP. It's expected physically via Robotic Empire later this…
2013-04-02 17:00:01

pg.99: 'Singles'
Our stream today comes from Sterling, VA-based pg.99. We've got a stream of their Singles compilation, which will see a vinyl release for the first time courtesy of Robotic Empire on August 2nd.You can check out the whole thing right now on the band's Punknews.org…
2011-07-25 16:00:01

Circle Takes The Square post album teaser
Savannah, GA's Circle Takes The Square has been working on the long-awaited follow-up to 2004's As The Roots Undo, and has posted a video teaser featuring some samples of the new material. The album, now titled Rites of Initiation, is expected out later this…
2011-07-16 16:00:01

pg.99 'Singles' vinyl release on the way
Robotic Empire has announced plans to issue pg.99's Singles on vinyl, with the release date set for August 2, 2011. The collection was originally released on CD via Reptilian Records, but this will be its first time on wax. The release arrives in time for the band's August 19 reunion…
2011-07-07 14:00:01

Floor (US)
Floor will soon be leaving for their first tour in eight years, with select dates featuring support from Hawks, Doomriders, Totimoshi and Mammoth Grinder. Click below for the itinerary. The band released a box set in 2010 entitled Below &…
2011-04-07 11:45:01

Circle Takes The Square recording 'Decompositions Part I'
Savannah, GA's Circle Takes The Square recently entered the studio to begin work on their new album, Decompositions Part I. The group has already posted several text and video updates to their blog since January 1, which would suggest that this news isn't a red…
2011-01-10 13:00:01

Robotic Empire releases live 12" from Young Widows
Robotic Empire has detailed a new live 12" from Young Widows. Live Radio Performance April 6, 2009 is limited to 500 copies on 180 gram black vinyl, and the cover art can be seen…
2010-03-26 17:30:01

Floor reuniting for three shows, box set on the way
Floor have announced three shows in the Southeast to coincide with the release of their box set, Below & Beyond . The shows include March 27th in Miami, April 2nd in Gainesville and April 3rd in Atlanta. In keeping with the chronology and theme of the box set, the shows will reflect the lineups of each era of the band: Betty will be playing drums for songs from the early days, followed by Jeff on…
2010-01-15 13:00:01

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