Turbonegro reveal new album details

They work with Hold Steady producer

Turbonegro reveal new album details
Turbonegro are set to release their new album ’Retox’ on July 9.

It will be proceeded by the single ’Do You Dig Destruction’ on July 2.

Both were mixed by John Agnello, who also produced []The Hold Steady[/a]’s recent album ’Boys And Girls In America’.

The band will play a one-off date on June 7 at London’s Islington Carling Academy.

They will also play Download festival, which takes place between June 8-10 at Donington Park, and is headlined by My Chemical Romance, Linkin Park and Iron Maiden.

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