New Video From The Cybertronic Spree Directed by Steve Kostanski of Astron-6

Although you may be familiar with The Cybertronic Spree’s covers of songs from the 1986 movie The Transformers, The Pokémon Theme, or Electric Six’s “Danger! High Voltage!” their new single is the first original music the band has released.

The single for “Cybertronic Warrior” just dropped via Bandcamp, and if that wasn’t enough, there’s also an accompanying video, directed by Steve Kostanski of Astron-6 fame, the same dude responsible for movies like Manborg and The Void.

Says the band, “Like Cybertron, Earth is full of beauty but it’s also full of struggle… and carbon emissions. Cybertronic Warrior is a rallying cry to load up your courage file, come together, and fight for the future of this crazy blue ball.”

The song is three and a half minutes of musical awesomeness, and boasts guitar shredding from Unicron, and Arcee’s impeccable vocals. Regarding the song, the band adds that “Cybertronic Warrior is pure hard rock and metal, because that’s what we’re made of.”

Buy the single now on the band’s Bandcamp and don’t forget to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to make sure you don’t miss any upcoming releases and live shows.



About Less Lee Moore

Less Lee Moore is a Fannibal, an animal lover, a music maven, and a horror movie junkie. She is the Editor In Chief for Popshifter, and also contributes to Diabolique Magazine, Everything Is Scary, Modern Horrors, Rue Morgue, Vague Visages, and more.

Posted on June 22, 2017, in less lee moore, music, transformers, video and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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