Turbonegro Sexual Harassment

Turbonegro Sexual Harassment
Norwegian punk rock Vikings Turbonegro are no longer fronted by Hank Von Helvete, the frontman clad in King Diamond-inspired makeup, but they're just as brash, with the help of Tony Sylvester, a fan boy and former president of a UK Turbojugend fan club. "I Got A Knife" kicks things off with upbeat punk that's rebellious lyrically and in tone. Heavy bass dominates "Dude Without A Face," as Sylvester sings comical verses. The musicality of Sexual Harassment is quite simple: standard chord structures and classic cowbell beats are paired with distorted melodies. References to the album's theme are made on "Shake Your Shit Machine" and "Tight Jeans, Loose Leash," while the slowed down, Motörhead-esque "You Give Me Worms" summarizes Turbonegro's mission to proclaim what's on their mind. The Scandinavians have made a name for themselves that has extended beyond their fan base, being reputable for an angst-driven optimism in music that evokes all that's young, wild and free. (Volcom)