Music

Album Cover
Surfing Craze In The Robotic Age
The Tsunamibots
Released: Dec 3, 2014
Track Listing
1 Surfing Craze in the Robotic Age
2 Anti-Human Interface
3 Binary Beach
4 In the Belly of the Bot

Reviews

Think a cross between Dick Dale and the Cylons from the original "Battlestar Galactica."
Seven Days
"If you haven't listened to the Tsunamibots, I suggest you rectify that situation ASAP by queuing up one or both of the two albums the local robotic surf-punk band released this year: Surfing Craze in the Robotic Age and Rise of the Robots." [Read More...]
Seven Days EP Review
Seven Days
But given their brazen style and unwavering commitment to their legitimately clever gimmick, they might just be the most fun. [Read More...]
Robotic Surf
Seven Days
Last but not least, local robotic surf-punk trio the Tsunamibots are set to release a pair of EPs this week, Rise of the Robots and Surfing Craze in the Robotic Age. I haven't heard them yet, but based on the clips available at the band's website, I'm going to go out on a limb and bet they're pretty friggin' good. Imagine a cross between Man or Astro-Man?, Los Straitjackets and Max Headroom, and you're in the ballpark. But don't just take my word for it. From the band's delightfully silly (and made up) press release: "'When I first heard the Tsunamibots, I thought, Oh no! This will definitely lead to the enslavement of the human race! Seriously, we are screwed,' says Bill Humansen from HumansAgainstRobot.org. The Hard Drive, from the robot specialty magazine Robots Only, commented after seeing a Tsunamibots show, 'I used to listen to human rock, but as a robot, I was tired of all the imperfections and the lack of crushing humans. Now that I've found the Tsunamibots, I finally have a scene of my own.'" So, yeah. The Tsunamibots play a release party at Hostel Tevere in Warren this Saturday, December 20, with Maine's Thee IcePicks and local "hardcore XXX rock" band Ramcore.