HARD ROCK ACTS TURBONEGRO, CLUTCH AND SPARZANZA JOIN PEACE & LOVE FESTIVAL LINE UP!
The Norwegian rock band Turbonegro is working with American Clutch and Swedish band Sparzanza ready for Peace & Love in Borlänge. This release is the second of February, and more artists will be announced throughout the month.
Turbonegro [NO] will return to the Peace & Love. The Norwegians were last here in 2009 and has since changed the singer by Hans-Erik Dyvik Husby to the charismatic Tony Sylvester. Just in time for the Peace & Love released also a new record. Turbonegro was founded in Norway in 1988 and since then has been one of the nation’s leading musical exports.
Clutch [U.S.] is a band that over the past decade has been very successful with his bluesy Southern rock and the live side is known for energetic performances and show the spirit with the audience. Singer Neil Fallon has praised for the way it combines Chris Cornell’s muscles with Jello Biafras vibrating madness. The last time Clutch played at Peace & Love was in 2008.
Sparzanza has in the past year made a really big names in rock circles with the singles “Temple Of The Red-Eyed Pigs” and “Follw me”. There are going along at an extreme speed Karlstad band that’s been extremely widely played on the radio. Last October, they set out on an almost sold out tour and now is the time for Peace & Love debut. Sparzanza is only since 1996 has toured in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe and released five albums.
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