New Singles On Golden Robot Records

Check out the latest on Golden Robot Records…

Golden Robot Records recently announced the signing of the legendary Vanilla Fudge. To celebrate this announcement, Vanilla Fudge have released a remastered version of their cover of Led Zeppelin’s Immigrant Song and accompanying video.

“Immigrant Song by Led Zeppelin is one of the monster tracks of all time. How do you top that? Well, you can’t but we decided to just have fun with it. I came up with this On Green Dolphin Street kinda chord progression as the intro on the synth with a heavy-duty brass sound that worked pretty well. The guys fell into it right quick and it rocks the house. Carmine did a great job with the drum track and Tim and Vince killed it. I did the vocals in Florida and sent it back to Carmine in Los Angeles and he mixed it. Hope you dig it.” – Mark Stein

Alone Together is the debut single from Minefield – and what a line up!

Todd Kerns (Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators) on vocals and bass, Brandon Fields on Lead Guitar, Jeremy Asbrock (Gene Simmons, Ace Frehley) on Guitar and Matt Starr (Mr. Big, Ace Frehley) on drums. The track was mixed and mastered by Anthony Focx. 

Out now via Golden Robot Records, Alone Together is pure US hard rock performed by some of the best musicians on the planet. The cohesion and seamless performance is there to be heard as Minefield breathe new life into the rock scene. If you love big, bombastic arena rock anthems then Minefield are bringing exactly that.

Green Eyes is the new single from UK rock trio, SKAM and it’s out now via X-Ray Records.

It is the first release from their forthcoming EP, which combines the familiar SKAM power with melodic choruses to showcase a significant step forward by the band. The song’s focus is on jealousy and how the grass can look greener on the other side of the fence, but to overcome it, you need to suck it up, swallow it down, and concentrate on your own life.

Combining an early Def Leppard crunch with the melodic touch of the Foo Fighters and the grit of Rival Sons – SKAM are set to rise to prominence.

K. Kilfeather is an American Guitarist/Singer/Songwriter based out of Las Vegas, NV. He delivers a sound that can best be described as “Psych Garage Punk”.

Now Kilfeather delivers us a brand-new single Never Stop, out now via Riot Records. Never Stop has a slight nuance to previous single King Creep by delving into early Corrosion of Conformity territory but still retaining a garage punk vibe with a groove laden edge.

Kilfeather’s previous single King Creep is an upbeat guitar freak-out spanning a multiverse of punk rock & roll. Adding some dark, deep doomy influences King Creep shifts unpredictably as it winds somewhere in between The Misfits and Black Sabbath.

Hailing from Newcastle, Australia, thrash-punk outfit I Hate People caused quite a stir with their recent single You’re a F*ing $hitcnt and the humorous video that followed, now they’re back with a new single and accompanying video, New World Order.

New World Order (Remastered version) is the latest single from I Hate People, and it’s out now via Riot Records. New World Order continues I Hate People’s reputation for producing high-energy, fast-paced, all-out punk tracks with a nice metal tinge creating a vibe akin to Discharge and Motorhead.

Euro melodic metallers NoN (Now Or Never) have released their latest album III via Crusader Records both physically and digitally. III was preceded by two singles, the epic power ballad Until We Say Goodbye, and a stunning version of Duran Duran’s Ordinary World.

The band have also launched a lyric video for the track Point of No Return.

Head to Golden Robot Records for more info…

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