TYGERS OF PAN TANG: 'The Devil You Know' Video Premiere

TYGERS OF PAN TANG: 'The Devil You Know' Video Premiere

New Wave Of British Heavy Metal veterans TYGERS OF PAN TANG have released a music video for "The Devil You Know", a song from their latest, self-titled album.

"Tygers Of Pan Tang" was released in October 2016 on LP, limited picture LP, CD and through all digital services.

Much has been written about the role the TYGERS played in the establishment of the movement and about the comings and goings within the band, but it is safe to say that the current lineup brings a creative stability and a shared camaraderie that will keep them together, playing live and making records for some time to come.

2016 began the signing of a new record deal with Scandinavia's premier rock and metal label Mighty Music, giving the band the opportunity to record the material they had written and honed in a burst of activity in late 2015. While the band were happy to produce themselves at The Blast Studio in Newcastle, they knew that the mix needed a fresh pair of ears.

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Mighty Music CEO Michael H. Andersen recommended Søren Andersen of Medley Studio for the mix of the album. Having heard and been impressed by material recorded and mixed by Søren Andersen (Glenn Hughes, Mike Tramp), the TYGERS sought out his services. Søren was only too happy to work with a band whose credentials were so firmly established. For the mastering, Harry Hess of HAREM SCAREM fame was the perfect man for the job.

TYGERS OF PAN TANG founder/guitarist Robb Weir told Decibel Geek about "Tygers Of Pan Tang": "We recorded the album in January [2016] in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, our hometown, We set aside three weeks for the album and used the first two to do the proper recording and the last week for mixing the album. I started out mixing the album and putting it all together, but at a certain point, it all came to a halt. Our Danish record company suggested we should try Søren Andersen. He basically did a tremendous job putting 57 channels together and made it sound great."

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