Band of the Month
- Jeremy Pudlowski – Lead Vocals, Guitar, Keys
- Colton Pudlowski – Lead Guitar, Keys
- Nathan Woodward – Bass, Vocals, Keys
- Greg Tkach – Drums
- Raine Radtke – Trumpet, Vocals, Keys
- The Life Machine (2013)
- November 29th – BOTM Showcase at the Starlite Room
In The West
Death By Robot Bio
Summer 2010. Gifted musician and aspiring artist Jeremy Pudlowski would embark on a project which would combine his musical prowess and his passion for digital design. The concept was simple: create an album that would stimulate the senses and excite the listener. Death By Robot would eventually become something infinitely bigger than that initial album, inspired by the unknown both here, and out there.
Shortly after the release of the “Death By Robot” album, a band was put together featuring musicians Colton Pudlowski and Greg Tkach. The band would support 2010’s “Death By Robot” and “The Green Popsicle” albums and release an all new album “The Green Popsicle EP” in February 2011.
The band was officially named Death By Robot prior to releasing the “Silently They Came” album November 11, 2011. The album again would be designed by Jeremy Pudlowski and bring to the forefront Death By Robot’s more Sci-Fi direction, easily identified by the flying saucers on the album’s cover. The album would propel Death By Robot to over 13,800 listens on their Purevolume page. Individual songs from the album would also enjoy success, “Rickety Bones” would reach #3 on Purevolume’s top folk song chart and the music video for “No Need For Alarm” would be nominated for an Edmonton Music Award for Music Video of The Year.
“The Life Machine” was released in April 2013 and it is Death By Robot’s first professionally recorded collection of music. The album contains both new and old tracks and featured for the first time Nathan Woodward on bass guitar.
Death By Robot is still comprised of Jeremy Pudlowski, Colton Pudlowski, Nathan Woodward and Greg “The Saw” Tkach. Raine Radtke has recently joined the group and introduces new vocal and brass elements to the music. The band is currently writing and recording tracks for a new album due to be released in early 2014. Another summer tour is also currently in the works, and the band continues to involve fans with exciting contests and opportunities. Death By Robot continues to push the boundaries of Edmonton music, and intends to put robotic uninspired music to death.