June 01, 2017
Pretty damn stoked that longtime friends pageninetynine and Majority Rule are announcing a joint tour this September on the east coast. These two bands, hailing originally from northern Virginia, are reforming (in Majority Rule’s case, after thirteen years) for a special and urgent reason – to mobilize those concerned about the political climate in this […]
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November 14, 2016
One month after announcing their first live performances in 13 years, City of Caterpillar unveil a previously unreleased song and additional reunion shows in Richmond, Boston, Rochester, Detroit & Chicago for January 2017. These five dates have been added to the recently announced (now sold out) reunion shows, with details as follow: Thur. Jan. 12: Richmond, VA @ […]
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October 17, 2016
Over a dozen years after disbanding, the long defunct City of Caterpillar announce a string of reunion shows for early 2017. The quartet initially formed in Richmond, Virginia in 2000, carving out a handful of demos and EPs before releasing their sole, self-titled album in 2002. Renown for an innovative combination of punk rock, […]
January 18, 2014
Happy New Year everyone, we are stoked to kick things off with a newly re-vamped Robotic Empire – Online Store including a new release, a mountain of crazy sales, a special test press and more. Let’s get into it: First and foremost, FLOOR‘s seminal Self-Titled album has been reissued as a standalone 12″ with a […]
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April 08, 2012
This diverse update first sees us with two influential bands’ catalog items back in print, with vinyl from ISIS and PG.99 getting the re-press treatment. Although the sonic differences are significant, each group created a lasting legacy that still holds long after their disbanding. ISIS‘ landmark albums Oceanic and Panopticon are both back in action […]