Do you like rock music and adore Transformers too? Well, if you do, you’d missed out if you haven’t heard of a Transformers-inspired rock band called The Cybertronic Spree.

Started in 2013, The Cybertronic Spree performs songs from The Transformers: The Movie aka 1986 Transformers movie, dressed up in full Transformers getups. Having been in the music scene for a good number of years now, the band now covers songs outside of the Transformers universe and creates their own original works.

We are not sure who the real band members are since everyone almost always appeared in costumes, but as far as Transformers characters go, it includes Hot Rod, Arcee, Soundwave, Shockwave, the Quintesson Judge, Rumble, Bumblebee, and the chaos bringer, Unicron.

The Cybertronic Spree Transformers Rock Band

The Cybertronic Spree is more than just a Cybertronian rock band; it is a lifestyle. Don’t believe? Just check out their YouTube channel and watch Shockwave cooking up a storm in the kitchen and more.

In addition, the band is heading out on a tour across stateside, starting with a gig at the Retro Con 2021 on September 25 and 26th. For more information on the tour, be sure to check the band’s official website.

The Cybertronic Spree Transformers Rock Band

The tour is not the only treat; the band has revealed the TF 1986 Exclusive Tour-version Vinyl which the band will sell in limited numbers, along with limited numbers of the Fusion and Blast vinyl, during the shows this Fall.

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You can learn more about this awesome band by following them on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and of course, YouTube. Before you go, here’s a video of the band rocking out Heart’s Barracuda:

Images: The Cybertronic Spree.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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