TNT: Chinese Tour Postponed

Norwegian/British hard rockers TNT have postponed their previously announced Chinese tour until after the Olympics. More details will be made available soon.

TNT will enter the studio in May to begin recording its new album for a late 2008 release.

The band's latest CD, "The New Territory", entered the Norwegian chart at position No. 11 back in May 2007. The album was released in Japan through Marquee Avalon with two bonus tracks: "Don't Come Too Near" and a live recording of "Harley Davidson" with video footage from Jevnaker in Norway. The CD, which was mixed in Bergen, Norway, was previously described by singer Tony Mills (ex-SHY) as "very diverse, with radio friendly tracks as well as the heavier side of life, some swing and some atmospherics. . . [It] has all the diversities that I personally had hoped for, with the balls of TNT and the elegance of QUEEN and the post-perspective of various '70s production attitudes."


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