Canadian singer Jon Howard (THREAT SIGNAL, ARKAEA) makes a guest appearance on "Spasms Of Upheaval", the sophomore album from the French melodic death metal band T.A.N.K. (THINK OF A NEW KIND).
The official video for the track "Inhaled" featuring Howard can be seen below. The clip was directed by Romain Segall.
"Spasms Of Upheaval" will be released on October 9 via Symbol Musik (with distribution through Season Of Mist).
The track listing for the CD is as follows:
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01. Life Epitaph 02. The Raven's Cry 03. Unleash The Craving 04. Spasms of Upheaval 05. Through The Disgrace 06. Inhaled (feat. Jon Howard)
07. Slumber 08. Conflict 09. Stillness Withered 10. A Life Astray 11. Cryptic Words 12. Daze
Howard joined T.A.N.K. on stage on March 24 in Paris, France to perform "Inhaled". Check out pictures of his appearance at this location.
T.A.N.K.'s debut album, "The Burden Of Will", was released in June 2010 via Symbol Musik. The CD featured guest appearances by Guillaume Bideau (MNEMIC, ONE-WAY MIRROR, SCARVE) and Steve "Zuul" Petit (ZUUL FX).
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