TANKARD: 'Rules For Fools' Video Released
"Rules For Fools", the new video from German beer lovers and cult thrashers TANKARD, can be viewed below. The track comes off the band's fourteenth studio album, "Vol(l)ume 14", which will be released on December 17 via AFM Records.
Commented TANKARD vocalist Andreas "Gerre" Geremia: "It was a hard shooting and we gave everything... and got hit many times."
"Vol(l)ume 14" track listing:
01. Time Warp
02. Rules For Fools
03. Fat Snatchers (The Hippo Effect)
04. Black Plague (BP)
05. Somewhere In Nowhere
06. The Agency
07. Brain Piercing Öf Death
08. Beck's In The City
10. Weekend Warriors
The limited-edition digipak version of the album will include a bonus DVD containing footage of TANKARD's performance at last year's Headbangers Open Air festival, which took place July 23-25, 2009 in in Brande-Hörnerkirchen, Germany.
TANKARD's last album, "Thirst", was released in December 2008 via AFM Records.
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