TYRANT: New Song Posted Online

Australian hard rockers TYRANT have uploaded a demo version of another new song, "Fire In The Sky", to their MySpace page. This is the third track to be released from the band's upcoming CD, "Save The Devil", which is currently being recorded at Izaneer Studios in Tasmania under the watchful ears of producer Brett Collidge (who previously worked with TYRANT vocalist Neil Steel on a side project, ROADKILL).

It is now 16 months from Steel's "head-on" car accident that brought the "Save The Devil" recording sessions to a screaming halt. Luckily, Steel escaped any major injuries, having almost fully recovered after knee surgery last year. Recording re-commenced earlier this year with the CD to be finished around July for an October/November release.

Commented Steel: "Take a listen to the new songs and you can hear a more traditional metal flavor that shows a hungry beast, a band that means business with TYRANT sounding like it's got a afterburner up its ass!"


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