November 23, 2012 — The brand new video for TURBONEGRO’s “I Got a Knife” is now online. http://youtu.be/WteGefeMiMc The song comes off the new record, Sexual Harassment. Check out our review.
August 7, 2012 — Sexual Harassment_ marks the beginning of a new era for TURBONEGRO with new vocalist, Tony Sylvester AKA Duke of Nothing. Replacing a long time frontman is never an easy task, especially a charismatic one like Hank von Helvete.
June 6, 2012 — TURBONEGRO’s men of denim are back. The Norwegian five-piece are bringing their ninth studio album, Sexual Harassment, released digitally through Volcom Entertainment on June 13.
May 16, 2011 — When Hank von Helvete abruptly and quietly quit Norwegian death punk gods TURBONEGRO in 2010, it shocked and saddened fans. And with the same suddenness he is back with a new band, DOCTOR MIDNIGHT & THE MERCY CULT.
November 28, 2008 — TURBONEGRO guitarist, Euroboy (Knut Schreiner), has provided an update on his battle with lymphoma cancer: “As the year 2008 is coming to an end, I’m happy to inform you all that I’ve undergone successful treatment for lymphoma cancer.
June 26, 2008 — TURBONEGRO will be premiering a new song, “Destroy All Monsters,” on their MySpace page tomorrow. The band posted the following note regarding the song: “Last month TURBONEGRO hit the studio in Oslo to record ‘Destroy All Monsters,’ a tribute to fellow apocalypse dude Conan The Barbarian and all other hard working people everywhere.
May 22, 2008 — TURBONEGRO guitarist, Euroboy, was recently diagnosed with Hodgkins Disease which has forced the band to cancel all touring plans for the immediate future. He has provided the following update regarding his health and treatment:
March 21, 2008 — The Volcom Tour originally featuring TURBONEGRO, VALIENT THORR, and YEAR LONG DISASTER has been postponed due to TURBONEGRO guitarist, Euroboy’s illness. TURBONEGRO issued the following statement:
March 4, 2008 — TURBONEGO have announced the resignation of longtime drummer, Chris Summers. Here’s an official statement from the band: “It is with our deepest regrets to inform you that after his 6 month hiatus due to a damaged foot, personal priorities and a focus on other projects, we have been forced to ask drummer Chris Summers to resign from TURBONEGO.
January 5, 2008 — Norways’ FLEURETY have completed recording two new tracks, “The Animal of the City” and “Summon the Beasts”, to be released as a forthcoming 7" EP. It’s the band’s first new material to be properly recorded since 1998.
January 2, 2008 — It’s been a grossly successful 2007 for APESHIT, and though we find it hard pressed to make that same general claim for metal in 2007, a handful of albums did manage to leave a strong impression on us.
October 25, 2007 — It has been reported that founding guitarist Rune Rebellion has decided to leave TURBONEGRO. While he is stepping down from his post as rhythm guitarist, he 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.
October 7, 2007 — Norway’s least classiest band, TURBONEGRO, are now three albums strong since their much ballyhooed reunion in 2003. Their latest, Retox, certainly isn’t a return to their filthy deathpunk past, but it’s timeless much like their feel-good-but-feel-naughty rock ’n roll they’ve perfected of late.
September 14, 2007 — Norway’s TURBONEGRO are back with yet another hard-on inducing album of feel good rock ’n roll. While Retox is hardly a departure from the band’s post-Apocalypse Dudes past, the album is certainly the grittiest of the new era and the most seamless since the band’s reformation four years ago.
July 25, 2007 — TURBONEGRO will be returning to North America for a fall tour in support of their new album Retox, which drops in North America on August 14th through Cooking Vinyl.
June 9, 2007 — TURBONEGRO’s forthcoming new album, Retox, has been posted for streaming in its entirety on the band’s official MySpace page: http://www.myspace.com/turbonegro. The new album is scheduled for various released dates throughout the world–June 11, 2007 in Norway, June 13, 2007 in Sweden, June 15, 2007 in the rest of Europe (excluding the UK), June 23, 2007 in Australia, July 9, 2007 in UK, and finally August 14, 2007 in the U.
March 27, 2007 — A new track, “Do You Do You Dig Destruction,” from TURBONEGRO’s forthcoming new album has been posted on the band’s official MySpace page for listening. The band recently finished mixing the new album prior to their appearance at this year’s SXSW festivities.
September 25, 2006 — TURBONEGRO bassist Happy Tom issued a very brief studio report via the Norwegian band’s MySpace page: “Fellas.Â FELLAS.Â Last day of bass guitar today, which means that the songs have more or less been STRUCTURALLY completed.