Tygers of Pan Tang

TYGERS OF PAN TANG “Gangland” Promo Clip Posted Online

Tygers of Pan Tang
Tygers of Pan Tang

The New Wave Of British Heavy Metal pioneers TYGERS OF PAN TANG, will release a special limited edition album titled “Tygers Sessions: The First Wave” via Skol Records. The CD will be limited to only 1000 copies, and will include 11 classic songs of the band, re-recorded for the anniversary EP releases: “The Wildcat Sessions” and “The Spellbound Sessions”, which were originally available through the band’s fan-club and website only, and quickly sold out. The album’s cover artwork has been painted by Italian artist Roberto Toderico, known for his artistic calibration’s with numerous Rock and Metal acts. Special promo clip with new version of the classic cut “Gangland” can be streamed on this location: http://youtu.be/U_HPLC9QgN8

 The “Tygers Sessions: The First Wave” CD will be released on February 28, 2015, and will include thick booklet with lyrics, liner notes, and lot of previously unseen pictures. Commented TYGERS OF PAN TANG founding member and guitarist, Robb Weir, “I am very proud of the band’s history as well as the current lineup. We should never forget the TYGERS history and hope this shows we will always recognise the early days of the band. There are a lot of bands that want to modernise their sound or image and forget what made them great in the beginning… I am not one of them”. “We are very pleased with the end result, in particular with the recorded sound achieved, it really does capture the early ’80s NWOBHM spirit and feel we were looking for. To achieve that raw, almost ‘live’ vibe to the sound, we even replicated the microphone positioning that was used on the original recording” he adds.

In other news, TYGERS OF PAN TANG confirmed several new tour dates:

Tygers of Pan Tang - Tygers Sessions: The First Wave26-02-2015 – Jailbreak Club, Rome, Italy

27-02-2015 – Santomato Live, Pistoia, Italy

28-02-2015 – Blue Rose Saloon, Bresso, Italy

01-03-2015 – Bluesiana, Velden, Austria

06-06-2015 – Summerock, Erpe Mere, Belgium

26-06-2015 – Les Fest Wildfire, South Lanarkshire, Scotland

27-02-2015 – Garage Dayz Re-visited, London, England

17-07-2015 – Bang Your Head Festival, Balingen, Germany

18-07-2015 – Vasby Rock Festival, Sweden

03-10-2015 – British Steel Festival, Fismes, France

More information: www.skolrecords.com and www.tygersofpantang.com


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