Turbo Kraks arises from the union of 3 members of hardcore and metal bands from Ferrol with the idea of looking for an aggressive and crazy sound in the post-hardcore style with influences from bands like Gallows, Fall of Troy, Dance Gavin Dance … but always or almost always instrumental. Currently we continue playing in other bands Kharma, Robot Humano … and participating in different projects. The original idea of the band was with a voice, but while we were looking for a frontman, we realized that only with us and without a singer we were getting interesting things, so we decided to continue along that path. Less trouble for the rehearsals hehehehe.
TURBO KRAKS go mostly instrumental with their own take on hardcore and punk rock
Not only did this act give the frontman ample time to get in a few deep breathing exercises before commanding the stage, but it also got the crowd stirred up into a frenzied mob before the band launched into their first anthem of the night. Zap yourself into the present day, and the intro is considered de rigueur for any and all units that are worth their salt in the hardcore scene. If you feel us on this somewhat loose-ended theory, please feel free to tag along on this Crash Course as we offer up some stomp-worthy intros that we fantasize could be as endless and fulfilling as the appetizers at our favorite family-oriented chain restaurant. Yet another hard-as-hell intro barreling at us from the fertile moshing ground of Queens! As iconic as the record from which it comes, this twisting and careening intro most assuredly brings the house down. But they did, and in doing so, provided many a sweatshirt-donning kid a chance to dance, dive and have some fun to this driving assault of an track. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter.
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