Statistically speaking, it isn't likely you were one of the 20 people who caught The Emotron
's last Nashville show months back at Little Hamilton. In which case, you'd hardly have any way of knowing that his stage show — which formerly involved multiple costume changes, pyrotechnic genitalia, and electro-punk-doused heavily pop culture references — has evolved into something even more visually arresting and bizarre. Fortunately, the one-man-band's 100-plus day tour has brought him full swing back into Music City, this time accompanied by robot rocker and Relapse Records recording artist Mose Giganticus
and our own local raver fantasy metal attraction Magic Hammer
. It's a lineup that'll either inspire an "OH SHIT!" or a "so what?," depending. So, if you're one of the former, consider yourself notified. Those of you in the latter may still grumble troll-istic complaints in the comments section.