GetYourRockOut recently conducted an interview with TURBONEGRO frontman Tony Sylvester (a.k.a. Duke Of Nothing). You can now watch the chat below.
TURBONEGRO released its ninth studio album, "Sexual Harassment", digitally on June 13 via Volcom Entertainment. Fine-quality LPs and CDs of "Sexual Harassment" were made available in August.
Recorded at Electric Lady Studios in New York, "Sexual Harassment" is a ten-song album which "showcase 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," according to a press release. The CD was produced by Matt Sweeney and mixed at Malabar Studio in Oslo by Nick Terry. The artwork was created by Martin Kvamme, Gardar Eide Einarsson and Matias Faldbakken.
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Tony Sylvester (a.k.a. Duke Of Nothing) - vocals
Euroboy - lead guitar
Rune Rebellion - rhythm guitar
Happy-Tom - bass
Tommy Manboy - drums
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