It’s officially cold again – we’ve had to start wearing coats when we go out in the evening. It was tough enough for us already – our cold, lifeless hearts barely kept us warm as it is. But Turbowolf have come along and eased the pain of the onset of Winter – by announcing the release of a new single.
If you’ve seen Turbowolf at all over the last 12 months (and gosh darn you should have, we’ve been recommending them often enough) then you’ll have already heard new single, ‘Let’s Die’ – it’s the one that starts with the eeriely rising keyboard beeps, and ends with everyone in the room going seven shades of apeshit crazy. Yeah, you know the one. Anyway, it’s being released as a digital download on November 23, from all the usual online places. Hurrah!
Not only that, but the band have let slip that they’re holed up in Bink Bonk Studios in Bristol working on their debut album, set for release sometime in 2010. For obvious reasons, this fills Thrash Hits with even more joy – especially when the ban elaborate on what the album;s been inspired by.
“We were visited us in our dreams by 4… Fangs of the Serpent, doom changes his flesh, the approaching battle, gold is the the dream of the Alchemist and mortal men.”
Ooh, and indeed err.
Watch Turbowolf tear up Middlesbrough – you can hear a snippet of ‘Let’s Die’ in the background…
Turbowolf are also cramming in a few more live shows before 2009 comes crashing to end. Okay, some of them are as support to…oh sweet zombie Jesus….My Passion, but we guess you could always turn up and leave after Turbowolf have played, right? Alternatively, if you’re lucky enough to live near London, you can go catch the ‘wolf at The Garage in Highbury, where they’re part of a quite frankly awesome bill that’s stuffed full of some of our favourite young British acts of ’09. Hurrah (again)!
Turbowolf October UK tourdates
23 London Islington Academy (supporting My Passion)
24 Birmingham Academy 3 (supporting My Passion)
25 Manchester Roadhouse (supporting My Passion)
27 London Highbury Garage (alongside Outcry Collective, The Plight, The Computers & more)