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2 weeks ago

Turbonegro

Thank God It’s Friday👍👌🍻🥂🍺🥃🥋🥋 ... See MoreSee Less

Thank God It’s Friday👍👌🍻🥂🍺🥃🥋🥋

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Euroboy now Japankoi?

Repress party animals and retox please!!

Alright, listen Airdash-thank god it's Mondays 🇫🇮

Eike Paterok look, your repost is still a thing✌🍻

💩🔥🔥

The Beach boys copied them

🤣 Definitely jamming out to some Turbo on my drive home today 🤘

Miyagi NAMBLA 👨‍👦

Christoffer Larsson Calle Stark Simon Wikström Jonas Ek

Alexander Schuster 😅

Are those the Apocalypse Dudes?! 😂

Oh, sensei man from polar land Oh, sensei man come take my hand Oh, sensei man take me along Show me the Port-Au-Prince and Hong Kong

Roger Endresen

Kai Miettinen

Sebastien Dallaire!

Bunch of motherfukkas!

Michel Trépanier

Maria Enns

Jonas Ek😂

Nick Trusievitz

Is this the first pressing, that uncorrectly lists "Screwed and tattooed" ? 😉

🇦🇷🍻🇦🇷🍻🇦🇷🍻🇦🇷🍻

Ryan Seager

Martin Piotrowski

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3 weeks ago

Turbonegro

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..... Cheers from anywhere........hold on!!!

Skål!

3 months ago

Turbonegro

We are deeply shocked and saddened to hear about the passing of our dear friend Dirk Siepe.

We met Dirk for nearly 25 years ago and we all immediately clicked with him. It was like meeting an old friend again, one of those things.

Dirk was a brilliant writer. He was also a huge rock nerd like us. He had a endearing charm, soft-spoken and modest yet he did not tolerate bullshit or fakeness. He DID however tolerate a good time, and his sense of humour was epic.

It was always so good to hang out with him, on the road or during one of his several trips to Norway.

His deep and passionate love for music will live on through his work in Visions Magazine.

As will his memory for this of us lucky to be counted as his friends.

Rest in rock Dirk, unser lieber freunde.
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We are deeply shocked and saddened to hear about the passing of our dear friend Dirk Siepe.

We met Dirk for nearly 25 years ago and we all immediately clicked with him. It was like meeting an old friend again, one of those things.

Dirk was a brilliant writer. He was also a huge rock nerd like us. He had a endearing charm, soft-spoken and modest yet he did not tolerate bullshit or fakeness. He DID however tolerate a good time, and his sense of humour was epic.

It was always so good to hang out with him, on the road or during one of his several trips to Norway.

His deep and passionate love for music will live on through his work in Visions Magazine.

As will his memory for this of us lucky to be counted as his friends.

Rest in rock Dirk, unser lieber freunde.

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During my internship at VISIONS magazine, I went to a GWAR concert with him in 97 and had a good weed session afterwards. Very nice guy! I vividly recall many details of the talk we had that night, intellectually stimulating but at the same time entertaining. And of course he was a music lover deluxe. Thanks for the memories, Dirk - and for having crossed my path for a brief moment!

Rest in power - ♠️

Rest in peace to your mate

I hope he has a save ride home and then a beer with Rocco Clein, he will be remembered by so many. 💙

Remain Untamed.

R.I.P. my condolences

Fuck. This is so sad!!!

Beautiful

Rest in peace

He shaped the taste in alternative music in Germany in a very significant way...even though I never met him in persona, as a subscriber of the VISIONS-Magazine in a period of almost 30 years he was present all the time.....I never forget when the VISIONS staff recorded a german version of Slo Burns „Pilot The Dune“ in honour of Dirks 30th birthday....he will remain in our hearts....!

My condolences

My condolences.

R.I.P.

Rest in peace, much love from Turbojugend Hasselt

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Lo and behold; 2019 is the 30th anniversary of Turbonegro, who played their first ever show in Copenhagen, Denmark, February 1989!

It’s been over seven years now since the word got out that the Titans from The Big O* (as in Oslo, Norway) were re-resurrected for a second time since their grimy late 80´s beginnings. «Hell, not even Jesus could do THAT!» music lovers worldwide were heard to shriek.

Back in the saddle, the band have crisscrossed the globe delighting fans old and new, packing ’em in from LA to Ålesund, Melbourne to Manchester and all points in between.

November 2015 heralded the unveiling of not only the first new music since 2012’s Sexual Harassment but a new member for the group! Hot For Nietzsche found our boys on full throttle, staring the void right in the face and raising a glass to its honour. The video was shot on location in Vegas – a suitable backdrop for the debauchery.

The HFN single release show in Oslo saw the stage debut of the newest edition to the denim recruits: Keyboard Wizard Crown Prince Haakon-Marius, a hugely invaluable addition to the line-up, according to Guitar Ubermensch Euroboy: «We’re happy to have a keyboard player back in the band again, six years after Pål Pot Pamparius performed his last show with the band. Crown Prince Haakon Marius is a friend of ours from the Oslo music scene and an amazing musician! We had so much fun getting back in the studio as a six piece, to record new material which the addition of a keyboard-player inspired the songwriting and the production.»

Well, lightning does strike twice, because May 2016 saw ANOTHER new single! Just in time for final exams, TURBONEGRO unleashed Special Education to the unsuspecting public. A story of a teenage boy’s fall from academic grace and the cruel and unusual discipline he finds at the very bottom, the song was inspired by repeated watchings of Scum and The Story Of O on the tour bus VHS player; «They were the only tapes we had!» Guitarist Rune Rebellion confesses.

Bass player and cultural commenter Happy-Tom could not contain his excitement: «A golfer from Phoenix once claimed that school is «out». Norway José, au contraire say we: school is «in»! This saucy tale of sizzling hot sexual abuse will MAKE GOING TO SCHOOL GREAT AGAIN.»

And so finally, in the wake of the legendary blizzards of the Scandinavian Winter of 2017, the savvy six gathered in the studio in Oslo to embark on the venture that is now about to be revealed to the world as the ROCKNROLL MACHINE, their ninth studio album to date.

First new song shared was the title track «Rock & Roll Machine» – a song perfectly hitting the fine line between clever and stupid. Everyone has been intrigued and frightened by all the talk about A.I. and robotification of society lately, this one is about bringing that tech-talk into boogie rock territory and stop thinking so much about tomorrow. The Rock and Roll Machine has all the traits you’ll find a in a classic rocker: he keeps going all night, telling Tchaikovsky the news, but is still quite cheap and affordable, and, unfortunately a bit unpredictable (according to some reviewers), quickly becoming passé.

Vocalist Tony Sylvester AKA The Duke Of Nothing had this to say about the new material: ”We’ve spent the the past years honing our skills. The music we are releasing now is more distilled, more refined, more pointed, more powerful; we travelled to the future and this is what we heard on the radio!”

Turbonegro´s ninth studio album ”ROCKNROLL MACHINE” was released February 2nd 2018, almost to the day 20 years after the release of their classic ”Apocalypse Dudes” album, and was followed by sold out European and US club tours, and a bunch of festival performances throughout the year. 2019 will see the band and the amazing Turbojugend fanclub celebrating the 30 year anniversary to the full, including a first time ever South-American tour.

Contact

MANAGEMENT:

mail@turbonegro.com

WORLDWIDE BOOKING:

david.ball@caa.com

Except

North-America:
joe.mott@caa.com

Norway:
john@timeoutagency.no