Robots of Fury
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Robots of Fury

Oakland, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014

Oakland, California, United States
Established on Jan, 2014
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"Your Daily Lick: Robots of Fury"

A decade after its fade from the mainstream, alternative rock persists. The reason is clear: angst, melody, and distortion are like bacon, lettuce, and tomato. Oakland's female-fronted Robots of Fury employs more shoegaze than grunge, which keeps things fresh and results in some transcendent passages - or, in the case of "Temporary Fixation," four whole minutes.

— Nate Seltenrich - East Bay Express

"Artimus Reviews"

Robots of Fury-Reverse in Reverse

AHH! Mathy rock goodness. Cannot get enough of this growing genre. Ad mist shimmering drums and light airy vocals from front woman Valerie, this band creates a more underground offshoot of bands like Paramore, Avril Lavigne, and The Gathering (which was recently reviewed). What could easily turn into a pop like sound is quickly remedied by the heavily played electric guitars and bass that could become drugged out in moments. The band brings all the teenage angst you would expect with even a little more edge and inspiration. Hailing from California this group could easily be grouped in with 'Young Upstarts', but that is not the case it all. If anything they are bringing a fresh new look to the new rock scene by adding a little bit of blues (as if rock music wasn't already depressed enough!). I am very impressed with how they incorporate the two (genres) so completely and flawlessly. If anything, this band might just be one of the front runners for Math Rock/New Grunge that is starting to come out of the under-workings of American Music. The fact that a female vocalist is involved might make their chances better to say the least. Plus, who can pass up a band with the name 'Robots of Fury'? I doubt anyone... - Music Blog

"Upcoming Local Talent: Scene Of Action and Robots Of Fury at Bottom Of The Hill"

There is something about Bottom Of The Hill, most likely in large part due to the infamous booker there, Ramona Downey (and Ursula Rodriguez, of course), but nonetheless they are always on the cutting edge of what's coming up in the San Francisco music scene. And perhaps that's the point when you place a club in the middle of an abandoned warehouse district, you better know what you're doing just to get bodies in the door. Case and point, last night local alt-rock power bands Robots Of Fury, Fighting The Villain and Scene Of Action schedule a bill filled to the brim with writhing guitar solos, pedal distortions, grungy female (and male!) lead vocals and so much angst it could barely contain the room.

That being said, openers Robots Of Fury were not ones to be reckoned with. Their experienced sound and clean synchronicities gave them enough credit in our book to be their own headliners. Nonetheless, perfected guitar solos and a pedal train of distortions by guitarist Jamie Cronander launched their sound into the arena of noise without crossing the barrier entirely, while Amir Djavaherian's hard-hitting bass lines matched the intensity of lead singer Valerie Giuili's deep and dark style mildly reminiscent of a rare operatic contralto. Blended together with Logan's steady drums, and Robots Of Fury have enough stage presence and depth to their material that we wouldn't be surprised to see them come one up in the world with a little time. So for now, all we have to say is, we told you so.

The other extremely notable up-and-comers and headliners, Scene Of Action, have already been hit by Live 105 as "one of the Bay Area's ten best new bands." We have to admit we were skeptical at first, but one live performance later and we're completely convinced. Celebrating their album release for 20 MInute Hourglass, Scene Of Action retained most of the crowd, if not gained some followers throughout the night. With lead singer, Joel's keyboard skills on loop on his iPod, the indie alt-rock trio charged through their set list on a mission with barely any room to breathe. It was one power nod after the next with an effortless breeze that only comes from extremely tight performances and well-guided musicians. Not to mention Ian is probably the best drummer we've ever seen live. No, seriously, this guy is that good. Their closing song "Keeping Up" was enough to make us beg for more All in all, these guys have what it takes to make it big and we look forward to their upward climb and covering them from larger venues in the near future. - The San Francisco Examiner


Reverse in Reverse, 5 Song EP. Single "Clockwork". Single "Temporary Fixation" playing on INDIE104 - iRADIO LA


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