Bio

DIE ROBOT

Die Robot - technopunk

Die Robot is an electro industrial band from Portland, Oregon. This is future rock in a post-industrial age. Their sound straddles rock and electronic with a wide appeal. Unique, haunting, and romantic, Die Robot is full of angst and soul with the groove of a predatory animal. It all started in the summer of 2012, when former members of Pop Dolls, Vince Christian and Barbie Saint, moved to Portland where they met Angela Johnson. Vince provides powerful vocals and a fierce performance. Barbie's strings are dark and passionate, combining not only bass and guitar, but synthesized leads simultaneously. A unique sound accomplished with special custom gear designed for her by Retro Mechanical Labs. Angela's rhythms fill the dance floor, and her upright electronic set accentuates an engaging performance and Uriel, the illuminated, in keys and synth, producing an intense electronic soundscape.

Next Shows:

Die Robot on TV? Dance Party, USA

Die Robot will come back to the stage in 2018 taking a well deserved break through the holiday season and planning a west coast tour with ManifestiV by May, 2018. And will be playing a few festivals. More dates will be announce very soon. Happy Holidays! 

Albums & Singles

Die Robot released an exclusive USB Key EP for the show with Stabbing Westward. Technopunk - EP  including four new songs from the upcoming album, remixes and live videos. Digital Release date will be 01/01/18 

Die Robot is currently in the studio with Johnathan Case at RML Studios doing the final mixing and mastering of their upcoming album "Technopunk" The second single from the new album "Virtual Life" is included in the Portland Industrial Goth Fest Compilation Album. An EP version of the album will be released digitally worldwide 01/01/18  

Their debut EP is available on USB Flash Drives and CDs, and digitally online everywhere. The first single from their debut album "The Underground" was included in The Lovecraft Bar Compilation Record Vol. II. Their new single "Virtual Life" from the upcoming album Technopunk, is now included in the Portland Industrial Goth Compilation Album, Vol. 1 .

They have played numerous shows in the Pacific Northwest with incredible turn outs. Die Robot performed with artists like John 5 (Rob Zombie / Marilyn Manson) Conjure One (Front Line Assembly - Delerium) Unter Null, 16Volt, Orgy, Stabbing Westward, Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode, Erasure) David J (Bauhaus, Love and Rockets) Kite, among others.

Aaron Litt Creative & Die Robot Released the first DVD of the Concert Series:

DIE ROBOT 5.15 CONCERT FILM

Humans playing music:  

Music & Lyrics by Vince Christian and Barbie Saint 

Vince Christian: Vocals

Barbie Saint: Bass&Guitar/Machine/Vocals

Uriel: Keys/Synth/Electronic Soundscapes

Angela Johnson: Drums/Electronic Drums

Die Robot has invited other musicians to perform with them live and in the studio and they will continue having them. For this new album, Brandon A Sills played lead guitar samples for some tracks. Currently they are performing live with synth/keys player, Uriel. Produced and studio keys by Johnathan Case @ RML. For the Portland Industrial Goth Festival, Jared (Particle Son - Ghost Motor) played guitars on the new version of The Underground and he will join them on stage again Nov. 12 with Stabbing Westward. 

PRESS

DIE ROBOT - DRAWING ATTENTION TO THE ELECTRO INDUSTRIAL SCENE AGAIN!

Here is the Portland Industrial Goth Festival show preview by Eleven PDX: PIG FEST 2 SHOW PREVIEW

Read about Stabbing Westward / Die Robot show in Portland at ReGen Mag

DR Endorsers / Sponsors:

Retro Mechanical Labs 

DR Strings 

Virtual Life (RMLfx Mix) download available today
Buy: iTunes  Google Play  listen on:  Spotify  YouTube

Special thanks: 

DR producer Johnathan Case (Retro Mechanical Labs: FX Pedals and Recording Studio) DR management team: Terence Hui and Sean Coffey (Oqion Music Management) Aaron Litt (DR Videographer at Aaron Litt Creative) Sepp (Orangekraftwerks) Tyler Stevenson (DR Street Team) Dean Hunter (Hive) Derek Moore (Shadowplay) Jon Horrid (Lovecraft) Joe Gallagher (Bossanova Ballroom) Ghost House (Eugene) Mechanismus (Seattle)