TURBONEGRO: Boston Performance Footage, Video Interview Posted Online

Interview and performance footage of Norwegian rockers TURBONEGRO taken by Boston.TV on September 24, 2007 at the Paradise, Boston, Massachusetts can be viewed below.

As previously reported, rhythm guitarist Rune Rebellion has left TURBONEGRO. According to MIC Norway, he will not leave the organization however, and will continue in his instrumental role in running the band's label, Scandinavian Leather Recordings, as well as managing a lot of the touring business. These tasks have been largely his responsibility also thus far, and the workload of the combined roles as on-stage rebel and behind-the-scenes organizer was what made it necessary to leave the band.

Norwegian music journalists agree that Rebellion's departure will not change TURBONEGRO's sound — that two guitars suffices, especially when led by wizard Euroboy — and that he probably will not be replaced. Rebellion's last show will be this Saturday's gig in Stavanger, Norway.

Notwithstanding the gravity of losing a band member, most of the buzz around the band these days is about the recently released band biography, which has all the ingredients of a classic on par with MÖTLEY CRUE's story "The Dirt".

There has been no news of an English translation thus far, but considering the has of thousands of devoted Turbojugend fans around the world — TURBONEGRO have perhaps the most well-organized and clan-like fan club of any current band — an English translation would make a lot a of sense.

TURBONEGRO's latest album, "Retox", was released in June.

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