Turbowolf review by Turbowolf

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  • Released: Nov 11, 2011
  • Sound: 8
  • Lyrics: 7
  • Overall Impression: 9
  • Reviewer's score: 8 Superb
  • Users' score: 8.9 (8 votes)
Turbowolf: Turbowolf

Sound — 8
Turbowolf's sound is fantastic. Every instrument has a unique tone and they are all superb. They have a heavy and rocky tone on the guitars which complements the bands style. The song "A Rose For The Crows" really demonstrates all the elements and influences the band such as some fast hard rock parts and some slow, heavy Sabbath like parts. There is only one song which doesn't really fit they're sound and its a slower song and it really doesn't fit.

Lyrics — 7
Like the other instruments on the album, there is very unique vocals. The vocals are very punk like and it works really well with the tone and style of the band. Again on the slower song it doesn't really work to well however the rest of the album is great! The lyrics defiantly tell a story and they defiantly get across what the band have to say and the lyrics fit with the image of the band.

Overall Impression — 9
This is a great album! It's very unique and they use a lot of elements that other bands might not use with the genre of music but Turbowolf do it brilliantly. They have a very unique sound and when they play live the songs sound brilliant. I love the fact that the band have their own style and image that is very unique to them. Overall, Great album!

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    This is a really great album! I was lucky enough to see them live last year
    Wow, they're quite defiant in their stories, and they get things across in a rather defiant manner. Dumbass.
    just listened to 2 songs of them. i gotta say they have some energy and some nice riffs.
    there is very unique vocals
    i'd say the singer sounds a bit like Cedric Bixler-Zavala.