Bristol band return to Manchester
Bristol band Turbowolf are heading back to Manchester off the back of a 13-date October stint supporting the red-hot Royal Blood on their sold out tour.
This time, they are back, headlining as part of the Download Freezes Over series of tours.
The band has been described as the offspring of Death From Above 1979, Queens Of The Stone Age, The Stooges, The Doors and White Zombie – and that’s quite the compliment as the band continues to produce an element of electronica above an strong undercurrent of rock music, full of incredible riffs and diverse elements which certainly make the ears prick in interest.
With their awesome self-titled debut album under their belt and massive praise being received all round, Turbowolf are now staking their claim to be headliners in their own right. Supporting the likes of Royal Blood, Korn, Pulled Apart By Horses as well as And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of The Dead has certainly given the band experience, on top of festival appearances all over the place (Download, Sonisphere, SXSW to name but a few) but now Turbowolf’s follow-up album Two Hands is looming and the explosive psychadelia is set to be bigger, as anticipation grows for its scheduled 2015 release.
The tour also comes off the back of the release of their latest single Rabbits Foot, a mind blowing piece, which recently received its premiere on Radio 1. The track is laced with Turbowolf’s signature riffs, experimental electronics and strutting bass lines.
With critical acclaim for the band from all quarters, including Kerrang, NME, Rock Sound and heavy support from Radio 1, Turbowolf’s flamboyant, adrenaline infused rock sound comes fully endorsed. And it’s set to take The Deaf Institute by storm.
After performing in Manchester, Turbowolf will head to Cardiff (4th December – Clwb Ifor Bach), Bournemouth (5th December – Sound Circus), Birmingham (6th December – Institute) and Norwich (8th December – Waterfront Studio) before ending their tour on 9th December in London at Dingwalls.
Turbowolf perform at The Deaf Institute on 2nd December.
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