TYGER TYGER: Previously Unreleased Recordings See Light Of Day

A collection of previously unreleased songs by the early '90s Florida-based melodic metal band TYGER TYGER has just been issued via Retrospect Records.

According to a press release, TYGER TYGER featured "an amazing array of musicians: powerful vocals from one of the best unknown metal singers around — Tony Lee Wise (vocalist for PIERCED ARROW / BEOWULF, the band that would become CRIMSON GLORY), Reno Rojas (bassist for DOCTOR BUTCHER and WALK THE CHALK), a smokin dual axe attack from Chad Robinson and Jeff Vitolo (ROXX GANG, INTICE, MOJO GURUS) and monster drumming from the incomparable Ronnie Miller. Definitely an essential addition to any '80s metal collection."

For more information, visit www.retrospectrecords.com.


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