Supporting Royal Blood on upcoming UK Tour
New Single ‘Rabbit’s Foot’ out 1st December
Fresh off the back of their previous single ‘Solid Gold’, Bristolian rock mentalists Turbowolf are back with ‘Rabbit’s Foot’, their brand new mind-bending single.
‘Rabbit’s Foot’ is a cold, hard, rock-induced smack in the face, oozing with gargantuan bass lines, incisive signature riffs and typically eccentric electronics, leaving you with that distinct feeling of ‘what the hell just happened?!’
The band are continuing their live assault on the UK with a 13-date stint in October supporting the red-hot Royal Blood, of which all dates are now completely sold out. Not the types to sit around on their backsides, Turbowolf will then return less than a month later for their very own headline run as part of the ‘Download Freezes Over’ series of tours, finishing off in the capital at Camden’s Dingwalls.
Described as the bastard kids of Death From Above 1979, Queens Of The Stone Age, The Stooges, The Doors and White Zombie, Turbowolf continue to build an electronic temple of noise above the crumbled pillars of rock music.
Their self-titled debut album received rave reviews from Kerrang, NME, Artrocker, Rock Sound and more, as well as being championed across the board at Radio 1. Its mammoth, psychotropic, head-rushing arsenal of crazed brilliance was only the first taste of Turbowolf’s phenomenal, flamboyant and unique genius.
After spending most of last year writing their second album, the band took to Rockfield Studios in Wales last November to record it in a frenetic six weeks, breaking every rule they could in the search for auditory perfection. The result is a mind-blowing piece of work to be released on December 1st 2014, co-produced with Tom Dalgety (Royal Blood, Band of Skulls, Opeth).
Turbowolf are successfully crossing over, having enjoyed tours with the likes of And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of The Dead, Pulled Apart By Horses, Soulwax, Korn, Cancer Bats and Dimmu Borgir – alongside festival appearances everywhere from Download, Sonisphere and Boardmasters to SXSW, The Great Escape and Lovebox – the 4-piece have shown boundaries the middle finger and adopted an extremely admirable touring schedule in recent years that could break even the most hardened of bands.
Hot off the back of two weeks with Royal Blood, make sure you head down to a show and catch an on fire Turbowolf before they blow through the doors of venues far bigger.
‘Rabbit’s Foot’ is out right now. Download it and experience the utter chaos for yourself!
Support tour with Royal Blood
27th October – The Academy, Dublin SOLD OUT
28th October – Riverside, Newcastle SOLD OUT
30th October – O2 ABC, Glasgow SOLD OUT
31st October – Leadmill, Sheffield SOLD OUT
2nd November – The Ritz, Manchester SOLD OUT
3rd November – O2 Academy, Liverpool SOLD OUT
4th November – Birmingham, The Institute SOLD OUT
6th November – Electric Ballroom, London SOLD OUT
7th November – Electric Ballroom, London SOLD OUT
8th November – The Junction, Cambridge SOLD OUT
10th November – Pyramid, Portsmouth SOLD OUT
11th November – O2 Academy, Oxford SOLD OUT
12th November – The Bierkeller, Bristol SOLD OUT
1st December – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
2nd December – Deaf Institute, Manchester
4th December – Clwb Ifor Bach, Cardiff
5th December – Sound Circus, Bournemouth
6th December – Institute Temple, Birmingham
8th December – Waterfront Studio, Norwich
9th December – Dingwalls, London
PRAISE FOR TURBOWOLF
‘Utterly fantastic and unpredictable. Like an explosion in a riff factory‘ – Kerrang
‘An audio feast not for the faint-hearted’ – NME
“Fascinating! 5/5, Album of the Month” – Artrocker
“This has blown the cobwebs off the UK rock scene” – Vice/Noisey
“Turbowolf married the British rock of the last decade with the one before it, and the results are exceptional… It’s utterly filthy, untold amounts of fun.” – Rock Sound
“Stomping into the future with their overhaul of riff driven rock” – Metal Hammer
“A speaker-crunching shot into the arm of the UK rock scene. The best British debut we’ve heard this year” – Total Guitar