TNT's Madrid Concert Filmed For DVD Release; Photos, Fan-Shot Video Footage Available

Norwegian/British hard rockers TNT had their September 17, 2011 concert at Sala Heineken in Madrid, Spain professionally filmed video for future DVD release.

The group's setlist was as follows:

01. Hello Hello
02. Substitute
03. Ship In The Night
04. Refugee
05. U.S.A.
06. Barracuda
07. Harley-Davidson
08. Guitar Solo
09. My Religion
10. Tonight I'm Falling
11. 10,000 Lovers (In One)


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12. Engine
13. Everyone's A Star
14. Intuition
15. Seven Seas

Photos of the concert can be found at Fan-filmed video footage is available below.

TNT's latest album, "A Farewell To Arms", was released in Europe (excluding Norway) in January 21 via Metal Heaven.

With the release of "A Farewell To Arms", the group's third album with the current lineup, TNT returned to its roots. The music is more hard-edged than on the last few efforts, and the truth is you'll have to go all the way back to 1984's "Knights Of The New Thunder" to find the band so heavy.

"A Farewell To Arms" was produced by TNT guitar player Ronni Le Tekr at his Studio Studio, and the songs were mainly written by Tekr and British vocalist Tony Mills (ex-SHY).

With the combination of Ronni's powerful riffs and great melodies TNT will once again please their fans with a catchy piece like "Don't Misunderstand Me", the groovy "Engine", more heavy stuff like "A Farewell To Arms" and "Take It Like A Man - Woman!", or a ballad like "God Natt, Marie".

TNT is:

Tony Mills - vocals
Ronni Le Tekr - guitars
Victor Borge - bass
Diesel Dahl - drums


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