'Hellbound Radio' To Focus On All Things TANK

This Sunday's edition of "Hellbound Radio" will focus on all things TANK.

"Hellbound Radio" is the only weekly metal show in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It can be heard each and every Sunday from 9 p.m. until midnight on CIOI FM, broadcasting live from Mohawk College. It can be listened to in the Hamilton, Ontario area at 101.5 FM or online at this location.

"Hellbound Radio" is co-hosted by Leviathan Productions' Matt Lewis and writers Sean Palmerston (Exclaim!, Metal Maniacs, Unrestrained!) and Kevin Stewart-Panko (Decibel, Metal Maniacs, Terrorizer, Unrestrained!), along with the occasional appearance by Rob "The Metal Warrior" Kachluba.

One of the most influential formations which emerged in the beginnings of the NWOBHM madness was TANK — a fierce, ambitious young band, taking all that was the best in punk and metal to a higher level. The group was formed in Croydon (London, England) in 1980 by Alasdair "Algy" Mackie Ward, an experienced front man who wanted to go beyond his previous musical experiences, which included playing in THE SAINTS and THE DAMNED.

Metal Mind Productions released the complete discography of TANK: "The Filth Hounds of Hades - Dogs of War 1981 - 2002" in November 2007. The collection, containing TANK's full discography extended with exclusive bonus material, is available in two editions: as a nine-CD box (8CD+DVD) and a six-LP box.

"The Filth Hounds of Hades - Dogs of War 1981 - 2002" includes the following albums:

* "Filth Hounds Of Hades"
* "Power Of The Hunter"
* "This Means War"
* "Honour & Blood"
* "Tank"
* "Return Of A Filth Hound Live" (only in 9CD box)
* "War Of Attrition Live 1981" (only in 9CD box)
* "Still At War"

Plus a DVD with live material recorded over several years.

All CDs were remastered using 24-bit process and feature rare bonus tracks. Both editions also contain an extensive booklet covering TANK's biography, discography, lyrics to all songs and a selection of archive photos.

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