Turbowolf are building an electronic noise temple above the crumbled pillars of rock music, with Godzilla guitars battling broken junkstore keyboards. After several years developing their musical style playing with the likes of The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, The Computers, Pulled Apart by Horses and Dinosaur Pile-Up, last year saw the release of their self-titled debut album, through renowned rock label Hassle Records (Rolo Tomassi, Cancer Bats, Trash Talk), which was met with glowing reviews across the board, with Artrocker Magazine naming it ‘Album of the Month’. However, it’s the incredible live show that has got everyone talking. Be sure to get involved and catch the band in their element: on the stage, smashing riffs and blowing minds.
“While giving this album one more spin as I checked this review for typos, I felt that giddy rush and desire to shout about Turbowolf at the top of my lungs to any and all people within earshot” – Trash Hits, 5.5/6
“It’s utterly filthy, untold amounts of fun” – Rock Sound 8/10
Plus support from BLACK MOTH
Taking a powerful chunk of influence from proto-punk acts such as Iggy and the Stooges, Motorhead and early Alice Cooper as well as a sliver of 90s grunge and stoner rock, Black Moth draw out the darker elements and combine them with the heaving riffs of heavy metal giants, Pentagramand Black Sabbath, with hooks so sharp you could hang a corpse on them.
“Like a sinister spunge soaking up the dark fluids of Danzig, The Birthday Party, Eighties Matchbox, Black Wire and the Doors and smearing it all over your face” – Jumbo Records
Their debut album is set for release 7th May 2012.
And opening support from CYTOTA
Cytota are a five piece post-melodic hardcore band from Birmingham. With the members a mere 17 years of age,Cytota have created a set of songs that displays a maturity far beyond their years. Having supported the likes of Funeral for a Friend, While She Sleeps and Rise To Remain, the band have cemented themselves as a seriously accomplished live prospect. Their EP ‘The Prosecutor’,produced by Carl Bown and Jim Pinder (While She Sleeps/Trivium), was released on Believe Revolt in September to rave reviews from Metal Hammer, and strong radio support from the likes of Daniel P. Carter (Radio 1)and Alex Baker (Kerrang). An unmissable live act and most definitely ones to keep an eye on