TURBO: New Song 'This War Machine' Available For Streaming
Veteran Polish metallers TURBO will release a brand new studio album, "The Fifth Element", on April 7 in Europe and April 15 in North America via Metal Mind Productions. The Polish-language version of the CD, entitled "Piaty Żywiol", is now available in Poland. The follow-up to 2009's "Straznik Swiatla" contains "solid heavy metal without any unnecessary intricacies," according to a press release.
"The Fifth Element" track listing:
01. Think And Fight
02. Taste Of Forever
03. Heart On The Pyre
04. The Fifth Element
05. Smash The Wall
06. Handful Of Sand
09. Light Up The Night
10. This War Machine
11. Blues Measured By The Clock Ticking
12. Smash The Wall (acoustic; bonus track)
The song "This War Machine" can be streamed in the YouTube clip below.
Comments guitarist Wojciech Hoffmann: "We do not want to concentrate on novelties as we can see during our gigs that the fans expect us to play older tracks, they do not like changes. We also feel very comfortable playing the music of our youth. That's why we plan to stick to classic heavy metal."
Wojciech Hoffmann - Guitar
Bogusz Rutkiewicz - Bass
Mariusz Bobkowski - Drums
Tomasz Struszczyk - Vocals
Dominik Jokiel - Rhythm Guitar
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