TANK, PRAYING MANTIS To Team Up For U.K. Gig
The legendary British power metal mercenaries TANK — featuring Mick Tucker and Cliff Evans on guitar and original TANK drummer Mark Brabbs alongside two new recruits, ex-RAINBOW/YNGWIE MALMSTEEN frontman Doogie White and ex-BRUCE DICKINSON bassist Chris Dale — will team up with legendary NWOBHM act PRAYING MANTIS for a May 24 concert at The Peel in Kingston Upon Thames, U.K. More information is available on the poster below.
Metal Mind Productions reissued two remastered albums by TANK — "War Of Attrition Live 1981" and "Filth Hounds Of Hades" — on January 26 in Europe (March 10 in the USA via MVD). Each limited-edition digipack title (limited to 2,000 copies) was digitally remastered using 24-bit technology and contains bonus tracks.
Frontiers Records has set a June 5 European release date for the new studio album from PRAYING MANTIS, entitled "Sanctuary" (July 14 in the U.S.). The CD was recorded in Atlanta, Georgia under the direction of producer/engineer Andy Reilly (ASIA, THE CULT, BRUCE DICKINSON, FM, etc).
PRAYING MANTIS is:
Tino Troy - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Chris Troy - Bass, Backing Vocals
Benjy Reid - Drums
Andy Burgess - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Mike Freeland - Lead Vocals
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