Turbowolf + David Icke Meet On Artrocker & Jägermeister Icebreaker Series [Video]


Turbowolf and David Icke

Metal meets mysticism in the second episode of the Artrocker Magazine and Jägermeister Icebreaker series, in which rising UK rockers Turbowolf get to break the ice with a hero from outside of their normal world, renowned conspiracy theorist David Icke.

This feature sees Turbowolf, who are on the ever exciting Jägermeister music roster, heading to David Icke's home on the Isle of Wight to discuss everything from government conspiracies and media coverups to secret alien societies with the controversial public speaker.

David Icke also gives an insight into the social importance of music and divulges some of his own musical influences.

You can read the full interview in Artrocker Magazine now onsale (6th October 2011).

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One Response to Turbowolf + David Icke Meet On Artrocker & Jägermeister Icebreaker Series [Video]

  1. Lost Souls says:

    The video footage is priceless. I have to find a way to get subscribed to Artrocker Magazine. It was interesting to hear the musical influences and how Turbowolf sounds with all the influences. Thanks again for the awesome post.

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