Robots are gradually replacing human beings in almost every field, barring the artistic or creative areas like music that require intellect to go beyond the set patterns of the physical world. Robots may not be able to create new compositions, but they are capable of producing as good music as any other rock band has produced in the past. Have a look at the world’s heaviest metal band, the Compressorhead, which can be preprogrammed to reproduce the music of heavyweights like Black Sabbath and Pantera.
The three piece metal rock band, including Stickboy, Fingers and Bones, looks good to wobble the music world with its music. While the Stickboy (drums) with its four arms, two legs, one head and no brain (need not to worry, you don’t need a brain to reproduce music) can play a Pearl 14 piece kit with double kick, on the other, the Fingers (guitar) come built-in with 78 fingers to play the entire fret board and pluck. And the Bones (bass) can produce perfect bass like any other bass player. The Compressorhead will join the 2013 lineup of the Big Day Out to surprise the likes of Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Killers, Vampire Weekend, Band of Horses, Childish Gambino and Alabama Shakes.