Sad Robot Invades ITunes With The Beginning Of The End

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  • (1888PressRelease) January 07, 2011 - Sad Robot the Los Angeles, modern alternative rock band, has just released to iTunes, their debut EP, The Beginning of the End. With razor sharp lyrics of revelation, revenge and regret, listeners with an axe to grind will relate to every melodic word belted out by the fun, quirky, and touch of weird, style of former Lonely Girl 15 star, Katherine Pawlak, a girl-with-a-piano that just invaded the world of angry pop/punk rock. And for less than the price of a ticket to a live show ($5.94), their growing numbers of followers and fans everywhere will be rewarded by this band on the rise.

    Sad Robot was nominated in 2010 by the Hollywood Music in Media Awards as one of the de facto music groups celebrated for the "future of music," as presented today and choice of the industry and Hollywood tastemakers, making the Sad Robot band's debut album the beginning of the beginning for these edgy, local LA, rockers. Along with the new release, the band makes their first headline appearance of 2011 at the Roxy on Sunset, in Los Angeles, CA taking place on January 21st.

    The six songs for download sung by feisty lead singer, songwriter, Katherine Pawlak with drummer, Chris Razze, bassist, Mike Marigliano and guitarist Nick Perez include the nominated single, "Little Miss Bi-Polar," "You'll See In Time" (explicit version), the title track, "The Beginning of the End," "The Movie" composed for the upcoming film, "Look at Me" specifically written for and starring James Duval (Donnie Darko, Gone in 60 Seconds, Go), ""I'm Digging You (This Grave)" and the bonus track, "With Fear." "Clackity clack click click."

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