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Twister are a heavy rock four-piece representing the North East from their native Durham. Their debut album, Cursed & Corrected, will be released on 13th November, with the band looking to continue the momentum they had built prior to the pandemic.

Having recently released singles 64 White Lines and Call To Arms, they’ll be bringing their signature catchy hooks and energetic vocals to their debut album. Their live performances have earned rave reviews, supporting the likes of Papa Roach, Simple Minds and Texas, as well as selling out the O2 Academy 2 on their own headline tour.

The forthcoming album shows Twister at their absolute best. Their impressive range of sounds is evident from outset, with the punchy, atmospheric Intro preceding the anthemic, pop rock of Feeding Frenzy. The band showcase their signature heavy guitar riffs and powerful vocals on Fist Fight By The Waterside, with the album’s highlight coming in the form of the euphoric, uplifting track Trees.

Twister have rolled many of the better elements of classic British rock into an album that sounds modern and fresh. It’s incredibly well produced, and carries an infectious energy that is certain to brighten the region’s music industry while it remains locked down.

Twister release Cursed & Corrected on 13th November

 

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