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Turbokill – Vice world

CD:
Turbokill
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10.13

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Rating:
4
On November 18, 2019
Last modified:November 18, 2019

Summary:

Nice guitar work and some great vocals coupled with strong catchy tunes make this a very good album

Turbokill are a new band from Germany formed by Stephan Dietrich, former vocalist with Alpha Tiger. The band released their dfebut EP last year and after signing to Steamhammer/SPV they’ve now got their debut album out. It’s an album which draws on classic heavy metal for it’s sound.

the album opens with “The grand delusion”. The guitar part that opens the song certainly reminds me of Helloween, and that’s an influence that shows at several point in the album. The other influence that comes to the fore is Judas Priest. There’s also some Power metal influence and maybe some Saxon, but Helloween and Judas priest are the two most obvious influences – and what a great pair of bands to be influenced by!

Check out “End of days”…

ok the band’s influences are plain to see but that doesn’t stop it being a great album. Nice guitar work and some great vocals coupled with strong catchy tunes make this a very good album and one I’ve listened to a lot over the last couple of weeks.

Well worth a listen.

Track listing:

1. The grand delusion
2. Vice world
3. War thunder
4. Pulse of the swarm
5. Global monkey show
6. Sail with pirates
7. Turbokill
8. Kill the lie
9. Don’t deal with the devil
10. Track’n’Spy
11. End of days
12. Fortress of the universe

Nice guitar work and some great vocals coupled with strong catchy tunes make this a very good album

About Ant May

I spend half my life at gigs or festivals and the other half writing the reviews and editing photos, and somehow find time for a full time job too. Who needs sleep - I've got coffee.

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