In the midst of their Fall U.S. tour, the Central-Pennsylvania-based group Crobot are today premiering a brand new song and visualizer video, “Night of the Sacrifice” on YouTube. The song is one of the highlights on their new album ‘Something Supernatural’ – available on October 27 on Wind-up. Meanwhile, Crobot will kick off a Winter tour supporting Chevelle on December 6 in Columbia, SC and wrapping up on December 20 in Milwaukee. See the full list of tour dates below.

Alisha Turull started out in the music business by playing instruments. Quickly though her focus on music would redefine what she wanted her career goals to be: working behind the scenes in the music industry and helping her clients to become rockstars. Turull started her career while in college in her school’s radio station, then joined the heavy metal artist management company, Heavy Hitter. Now she’s the Executive Assistant to CEO Billy McGathy at In De Goot Entertainment (a company that manages artists such as: Shinedown, 10 Years, Adelitas, Way, Black Stone Cherry, Chevelle, Halestorm, In This Moment, Neon Trees, Sevendust, and Theory Of A Deadman). PureGrainAudio had some time recently to talk to Turull and this is what she had to say.

Since their 1999 debut, Chevelle has quietly etched out a very successful career for themselves, releasing records every couple of years and maintaining a strong fan base. The band has certainly had its share of hits over the years (“The Red,” “Vitamin R,” “Jars”) but they never seem to receive the top billing of which they’re probably deserving. The group been quiet recently, spending time writing and recording a new record after touring wrapped up behind 2009’s Sci-Fi Crimes.