“Room Full of Strangers werden in der Live-Präsentation wohl ein Heidenspaß, die Band kommt im Oktober nach Deutschland, wir sehen uns in der ersten Reihe” sagt das Ox Fanzine!
Und das Trashrock Mag schreibt: “Ich bin wirklich schwer begeistert. Jedes der zehn Lieder auf “Bad Vacation” ist ein kleiner Hit, der in die Beine geht und dich tanzen lässt. ‘Bad Vacation’ ist ein wirklich klasse Album, das sich in einem Rutsch durchhören und den Finger ganz schnell zur Repeattaste wandern lässt . Im Herbst kommt die Band auf Tour nach Europa. Wer kann, sollte sich das nicht entgehen lassen. Ich bin mir sicher, live sind die eine Granate. Geile Band!”
In November 2015 the sect will enlighten Europe with the radiance of the guru’s knowledges: an end to wars, diseases, sadness, and all things that hindered the greatness of humanity.
The Guru and his apostles created Sects Tape as a musical branch of the sect. The result is a mix of surf and garage rock riffs, with a punchier rhythmical section and of course the message and habits of the sect.
The Restarts and the Flicts will play at the Plastic Bomb Party in Oberhausen and the Vive Le Punk festival in Brasparts! The Flicts will also play at the Antinational Fest in Fresse sur Moselle!
UK – Blackpool, Rebellion Festival: Restarts, Besserbitch, Pete Bentham & The Dinner Ladies and Subhumans! DE – Bremen, Schlachthof, B.O.B. Fest: The Restarts and the Subhumans! PT – Esmoriz, Barrinha Festival: The Restarts and the Subhumans! (Festival was cancelled!) UK – Winchester, Boomtown Festival: The Restarts and the Subhumans! CZ – Vyškov, Pod Parou festival: Subhumans! LV – Ratnieki, Laba Daba festival: Subhumans! FR – Maignelay Montigny, Summer Party Festival: Not Scientists! UK – Newcastle, North East Calling: Subhumans! US – Orlando, FL, What’sit Records – Punk Fiesta: Room Full Of Strangers! SE – Rejmyre, Skogsröjet festival: Besserbitch! US – Appleton, WI, Mile Of Music Festival: The Ghost Wolves! ES – Vidreres, Actitud Festival: Not Scientists! SE – Gävle, Getaway Rock festival: Besserbitch! FR – Lès Remiremont, Les Sapins Barbus Festival: Not Scientists! US – Ybor City, FL, Big Pre Fest: Not Scientists! US – Gainesville, FL, THE FEST: Not Scientists! UK – Salford, Kings Arms Festival: Pete Bentham & The Dinner Ladies! UK – Penzance, Three Chord Fest: The Restarts!
There was a reason when I didn’t reply to your emails so fast in the last two weeks. I was busy working on my new website. Goodbye, beloved old html website, welcome new and shiny cms. Now you can check out the Turbo Booking artists on your tablets and smartphones more comfortably.
And that’s not the only improvement at Turbo Booking. I welcome two fantastic new bands, Room Full Of Strangers, unique Garage Punk from Florida, USA and the Not Scientists, beautiful Melodic Post Punk from France! They will tour Europe in summer an autumn.
Check out the brand new Punk Planet Travel Guide with travel tips and stories for touring bands, punk rock lovers and alternative travellers!
Are you looking for a punk rock bar on a tropical island? Are you looking for the closest music shop in Vienna? Do you need to find a place where you can repair your guitar before your next show? Or are you trying to find a nice restaurant with vegetarian or vegan food in Moscow?
The Punk Planet Travel Guide is a travel and tour planning site for bands, punk rockers and all kinds of alternative travelers. I already listed and will continue to list lots of useful places and I will publish articles in English and German about tour and travel planning or about useful and/or entertaining experiences.
THE DEAD CLASS from Liverpool are back! We had so much fun together in the past and I’m looking forward to their next tour in Europe!
“Tomorrow morning The Dead Class will release our first single since we took a break 2 years ago. I am so happy to be back writing and recording with the lads. I mean, we toured SO much together. We used to travel everywhere in an ambulance and cook our meals and coffee roadside on a little camping stove. We lived in the van! We did all the silly things bands do whilst maintaining a strong work ethic. We met the most amazing people through the years that I know I can call my friends and still keep in touch with to this day. We rehearsed and worked our lovely arse’s off full time when we weren’t gigging too, so yes this means a lot to me to be able to play with them again and release more noise. The new material is dark, twisted and heavy so far. I think I am getting angrier in my auld age (in a positive way though). Tune in tomorrow and share it around. x” – Villy Raze