Truckfighters - V



So what are the different configurations then?

– Ltd. Gatefold LP + CD & Poster

– Ltd. CD + DVD Digipak & Poster including two instrumental bonus tracks. The DVD contains about half an hour of Ozo and Dango talking about the bands history around the old music videos which are also on the DVD.

– Standard CD Jewelcase.

The LP is available in the following vinyl colors:

– Black vinyl (limited to 1600 copies)
– Red vinyl (limited to 200 copies – exclusively available at the Fuzzorama Store)
– Golden vinyl (limited to 600 copies – exclusively available at the Fuzzorama Store / at live shows this fall)
– White vinyl (limited to 100 copies – available at CM Distro EU & CM EU Mailorder)
– Yellow vinyl (limited to 200 copies – exclusively available at Finest Vinyl)
– Lilac vinyl (limited to 300 copies – available at CM Distro US & CM US Mailorder)

ALSO, be sure to check out;

– Exklusive t-shirt design only available in the fuzzoramastore AND OTHER cool packages, some RAD SIGNED stuff etc.

Buy/Listen to it here;

If you are interested in groovy, stoner-influenced, progressive and melodic hard rock you probably know about Truckfighters already. “The best band that ever existed” as Josh Homme said in the 2011 “fuzzomentary” Truckfighters. You might also know the story about how Niklas ‘Dango‘ Källgren teamed up with bassist and vocalist Oskar ‘Ozo’ Cedermalm in a worn down rehearsal space in Örebro, Sweden in 2001 and how the first song they ever recorded, Desert Cruiser, since then has gone on to become a desert rock anthem. You probably also know that the band itself has gone on to release four full length albums and played sold out shows on four continents.

The band’s upcoming fifth album, V, is released September 30th under exclusive license to the established label Century Media.

“Century Media have been very cool with us. We’ve been able to keep that do it yourself-philosophy of ours, to focus solely on our creative process and producing the album”, says Ozo.

V continues the Truckfighters tradition of blending big riffs, dynamism and intricate songwriting.

“The album won’t come as a huge surprise for those who’ve heard our earlier work – but at the same time it feels like a leap forward. We’ve been able to create some of our best songs so far. For us this is definitely the album of the year”, says Dango and laughs.