Release Date: May 26, 2015
Record label: Spinefarm Records
Review Summary: Whatever drugs these guys are on, they're on the right path.Turbowolf are undoubtedly one of 2010s most interesting emerging acts. Their crazy mix of punk, heavy metal and stoner rock with touches of neo-psychedelia, found on the excellent self-titled debut, helped them break into the British underground scene and subsequently all over Europe. Relentless touring and most probably the fear of avoiding a sophomore slump have constantly delayed the release of a sequel.
With the band’s heavy, fuzzy, hard rock sound, Turbowolf is gathering momentum, attracting due worldwide acclaim. The British act’s latest release, Two Hands, contains 11 tracks of rock music, each song additionally colored through invocation of various subgenres. Big notes, commanding melodies, biting hooks… this album is not shy. It gets right into one’s face and ears, demanding attention through both bombast and contrast.