Robotic Band Compressorhead Performs ‘Ace of Spades’ by Motörhead

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Compressorhead are a German three-piece robotic band consisting of Stickboy; a 4-armed, double-kicked drumming monster machine equipped with a 14-piece Pearl drum kit. Fingers; a 78-hydraulic actuated fingered guitarist, and Bones; the bass player.

The band have dubbed themselves as “the world’s heaviest metal band,” according to their website, and can be seen live in 2013 at Australia’s ‘Big Day Out’ music festival. Expect to them play classic rock favourites such as; AC/DC‘s ‘TNT’, Led Zeppelin‘s ‘Whole Lotta Love’, Pantera‘s ‘Becoming’ and Black Sabbath‘s ‘Iron Man’.

Check out the band performing Motörhead’s ‘Ace of Spades’!

Compressorhead – Ace of Spades 

Find Compressorhead on the web:

Web: http://compressorheadband.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/compressorhead
Twitter: http://twitter.com/Compressorhead
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheRobocross1

UPDATE: Compressorhead perform at the Gibson show stand for Musicmessa 2013 in Frankfurt. BBC cover story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-22141438

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About Richard Perkins

Richard Perkins is the founder of Bath Guitar School and has worked for the International Guitar Foundation, Brit Awards, Rockschool, B&NES Council, Mid Somerset Festival, Bath Music Plus, and appeared on BBC and ITV television and radio programming as well as being featured in Guitar Techniques, Total Guitar, Venue, Bath Life magazines and the Bath Chronicle newspaper. Richard is a graduate of the Commercial Music degree programme at Bath Spa University and has a HND in Popular Music from Oxford College.
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