TURBOWOLF - Turbowolf

Kategorie: CD-Reviews | Genre: Stoner/Desertrock | Heft: Jahrgang 2012 | VÖ-Jahr: 2012 | Wertung: 6/10 | Label: Hassle | Autor: CA

Turbowolf undoubtedly have an option on the most uncool band name. But when you hear the music that the band from Bristol breaks from the fence with all the brute force on their debut, you have to admit to Turbowolf that their name has its justification. The rockers drive a kerosene soaked garage skirt, which accelerates from zero to one hundred in three seconds. So you don't stay long with a song, because a lot more people are dying to be brought to the people. At full throttle, Turbowolf unhook thirteen power packs in forty minutes. If you're not out of breath afterwards, you've done something wrong. A kingdom for a reef. There's a good dozen of them here. In between, sound technical gimmicks ("TW1, "K-J"), which are however too short for possible recovery phases. Turbowolf are like monster magnet on speed. And "Son (Sun)" is almost the next "Space Lord". Together with "All The Trees" Turbowolf show themselves from their psychedelic side, which also suits the riot brothers very well.

Top track: All The Trees

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