New Wave Of British Heavy Metal veterans TYGERS OF PAN TANG will enter the studio in April with producer Fred Purser (previously a TYGERS OF PAN TANG member himself) to record their new album. Søren Andersen of Denmark's Medley Studio (Glenn Hughes, Mike Tramp) will once again handle the mixing duties.
The follow-up to TYGERS OF PAN TANG's 2016 self-titled comeback album is expected to be released in November via Mighty Music. A first single wil tentatively arrive in late summer.
Said guitarist Robb Weir: "The dial goes to ten but the TYGERS push it to eleven! Eleven new ferocious tracks waiting to be captured on tape in April! You're gonna love this one."
The members of TYGERS OF PAN TANG recently received gold discs for sales in excess of 10,000 copies of their 2016 LP. The plaques were presented to the band by Mighty Music CEO Michael H. Andersen who was visiting the group in its hometown of Newcastle to discuss plans for the upcoming album.
This spring, the band will play a handful of European shows, including the prestigious Rock Hard Festival in Germany and Nordic Noise Festival in Denmark.
TYGERS OF PAN TANG is:
Robb Weir - guitars
Jacopo Meille - vocals
Micky Crystal - guitars
Gav Gray - bass
Craig Ellis - drums
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