TNT frontman Tony Harnell is back in the USA after spending time writing and recording the group's new CD in Norway."We've got some amazing new songs recorded and more great ones written that are soon to be recorded," Harnell told Melodicrock.com. "It's great to have [drummer] Diesel (a.k.a. Morten Dahl) back! The band is in high spirits and ready to release a lot of music and play as many shows as humanly possible over the next year or so. Band manager Mark Puma is heading to Europe within the next two weeks to meet with all the labels and promoters." TNT's forthcoming CD is tentatively due in November through Norway's Voices Music and Entertainment AS. It is not presently clear if the group's forthcoming effort will appear in the form of a previously-announced EP, to be issued via Z Records in other parts of Europe, or if the band are recording material towards their next full-length CD, the follow-up to 1999's Transistor.
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