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Against Me! and Turbonegro switching performance days for Punk Rock Bowling

Due to complications in scheduling, Against Me! and Turbonegro are switching performance days for this year’s Punk Rock Bowling. Turbonegro will be performing on Sunday, May 27th at 7:25, and Against Me! will perform on Monday, May 28th at 7:25. You can check out the updated flyer below.

Turbonegro release music video for new anthemic single “Hot For Nietzsche”

Legendary Scandinavian punk rockers Turbonegro have released a brand new single in the form of an anthemic rocker titled “Hot For Nietzsche” and you can check out a music video for it below.

Here’s what the band had to say about the track:

A lot of people in our focus groups have told us one thing: “We need a BIG rock anthem with great big windmill riffs, foot-stomping drums and lyrics about partying almost to the extent of death.” We listened. And delivered. Here it is, a big-beat beer-soaked barroom brawler boogie celebrating living life to its fullest, on the edge: Hot For Nietzsche.

Snag yourself a download of “Hot For Nietzsche” here.

Punk Rock Bowling Festival: Day Two – Refused, Murder City Devils, Turbonegro, Jello Biafra, A Wilhelm Scream, The Muffs

Day two (or three (or four) depending on how you look at it) began with puffy eyes and a thirsty mouth. Bishops Green and co. played an amazing set the night before, and we were now well into the swing of things at the ol’ Punk Rock Bowling. After the traditional liquid breakfast, we scurried over to the Plaza Hotel for a pool party featuring Mercy Music and 88 Fingers Louie (shots of which disappeared just like my recollection of certain parts of the day). After catching the Chicago legends it was back for more refreshments and off to the main stage where Eliza Battle, Get Dead, and Pears were openers. I was pretty bummed to miss Pears’ set, but again, this whole weekend is a true test of time management and tough decisions.

SoCal-based female fronted punk band The Muffs is gritty, yet pretty and plays a great blend of garage, surf, and punk. I am such a sucker for this classic Southern California sound.

Next to the stage was A Wilhelm Scream. The band has tons of energy and shares it with the fans, gettting as close as they can and ripping up the stage. I had never seen these guys live but they put on a great show.

Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School of Medicine are one of those bands you just have to see, if not for the nostalgia of hearing Jello’s voice to the outlandish things you may hear him say, for the fact of seeing this supergroup of sorts. And of course, the band obliged by playing a few Dead Kennedys’ songs.

You might’ve thought Turbonegro were the headliners by the looks of all the Turbojugend in attendance. I swear they quadruple every year, and are a standout with their obligatory denim vest. The lot are a bunch of great people, always down for a laugh, a beer, or a pick-me-up. And Turbonegro absolutely never disappoints. The band really knows how to get a crowd alive, involved, and begging for more.

Another first for me was Murder City Devils, which followed the Turbo. Heartfelt, angstful, reflective, and nostalgic….but there was no time for that as the crowd began to move…

Refused headlined night two at PRB to a packed house. There was much anticipation in the air as the older punks pondered what the set was to entail, and the youth pondered who the hell Refused was. The Swedes came out guns blazing and didn’t quit til the end of their set. The band is getting ready to release a new album, “Freedom”, later this month and played a bunch from the new work, while still playing some fan favorites.

I stayed just up until the end, but as always time is of the essence as I quickly slimmed down gear and took the trek to the Bunkhouse for Chris Murray, The Skints, English Beat, and ‘surprise’ guests Mighty Mighty Bosstones. Also on the bill for club shows was Krum Bums and ‘surprise’ guests Conflict at the Backstage Bar.

You can have a look at all of the photos from Day Two at Punk Rock Bowling’s main stage below.

Riverboat Gamblers streaming cover of Turbonegro’s song “Do You Dig Destruction”

Texas punks Riverboat Gamblers have posted their cover of Turbonegro‘s song “Do You Dig Destruction.”

You can check it out here.

The song appear on the Turbonegro tribute album titled “Omega Motherfuckers” which was recently released via Self Destructo Records. Riverboat Gamblers released their most recent album “The Wolf You Feed” in May, 2012 via Volcom Entertainment.

Turbonegro cover album “Omega Motherfuckers” to feature Riverboat Gamblers, Redd Kross and more

Self Destructo Records will be releasing a Turbonegro tribute album titled “Omega Motherfuckers” in early August.  The album will contain 31 tracks including covers by Redd Kross (feat. Keith Morris), Mondo Generator, Dunderbeist, Scandinavian Cock (featuring Andy LaPlegua of CombiChrist and Bill Kelliher of Mastodon), Blood Tsunami, Riverboat Gamblers, The Hip Priests, Mustang and more.

You can stream 6 of the songs here.

Turbonegro released their last album, “Sexual Harassment” through Volcom Entertainment in 2012.

DS Photo Gallery: Turbonegro at Punk Rock Bowling

I’m interested to see how many Turbojugend we have in our audience. Walking around the streets of Vegas during Punk Rock Bowling, it seemed everywhere I turned I would see a denim vest.

And this is not a bad thing. The often-bearded, always toasty members of the Turbojugend are always great.

I can only wonder if the crowd looked like an ad for some denim company as the Scandinavian deathpunk band Turbonegro took the stage Sunday night of PRB.

Check out some images I snagged during their set here.

Turbonegro announce plans to release “Live From The House Of Vans” 7-inch

Legendary rockers Turbonegro have announced they will be releasing a 7-inch, which will feature two live recordings from their August, 2012 performance at The House Of Vans in Brooklyn, New York.

No official release date for the 7-inch has been announced, but the band plans to release it in time for their upcoming US tour to Punk Rock Bowling.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on the release surface. Turbonegro last released “Sexual Harassment” in 2012 through Volcom Entertainment.

Turbonegro announce tour to Punk Rock Bowling

Turbonegro have announced a tour, with support from Torche, leading up to the group’s appearance at this year’s Punk Rock Bowling. Check out the dates here.

The group “Sexual Harassment” last year through Volcom.

Music Video: Turbonegro – “I Got A Knife”

Oldschool rockers, Turbonegro, have premiered the music video for their new song, “I Got A Knife,” which appears on their latest full-length, “Sexual Harassment.”

You can check out the music video in all its glory here.

“Sexual Harassment” was released via Volcom Entertainment earlier this year.

Live Video: Stream Turbonegro performance from House of VANS at 8pm Eastern

Old-school Euro-rockers Turbonegro are playing at the House of Vans in Brooklyn, NY, this evening. If you aren’t lucky enough to find yourself in the hipster capital of the East Coast this evening, you can stream the whole set live via Ustream by clicking here.

Turbonegro digitally released their latest full-length, “Sexual Harrassment,” via Volcom Entertainment back in June.

Music Video: Turbonegro – “You Give Me Worms” (off upcoming full-length)

Oldschool rockers, Turbonegro, have premiered the music video for their new song, “You Give Me Worms,” which will be appearing on their upcoming full-length, “Sexual Harassment.”

You can check out the music video in all its glory here.

“Sexual Harassment” is being released digitally via Volcom Entertainment on June 13th and a physical release is planned to drop sometime in August. We’ll keep you posted as more details surface.

Turbonegro announce new album

Turbonegro have announced that they will be releasing their long-awaited ninth studio album Sexual Harassment (see the cover on the left) on digitally on June 13th on Volcom Entertainment. A physical release is expected to surface in August.

The 10-track album, which was recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York, was produced by Matt Sweeney and mixed at Malabar Studio in Oslo by Nick Terry.

According to a press release, it “showcases Turbonegro’s roots in hardcore punk, ’80s alternative, the thrift-store riffs of The Stooges and The Rolling Stones, platform-booted glitter rock, and spectacular bubblegum radio music of any era — all executed with an attitude that’s unmistakably Turbonegro.”

Turbonegro’s last full-length studio album Retox came out back in 2007. You can also stream the new album’s first single “You Give Me Worms” here.