VOODOO SIX To Support TYGERS OF PAN TANG On UK Dates

VOODOO SIX, the UK band formed by former DIRTY DEEDS bassist Tony Newton, will support NWOBHM legends TYGERS OF PAN TANG on their UK dates in April.

For a list of upcoming shows, visit www.tygersofpantang.com.

VOODOO SIX recently posted the video for its new single, "Faith". The clip, which was shot last month with director George Chin, can be viewed below.

VOODOO SIX played its first show of the year on January 19 at the Purple Turtle in Camden, London. It was the group's first gig with new guitarist Chris Jones, who joins Tony Newton on bass, Matt Pearce on guitar, Henry Rundell on vocals and Grav on drums.

VOODOO SIX's new album, "First Hit for Free", will be released on March 17. The CD was mixed by Mike Fraser (AC/DC, AEROSMITH, GUNS N' ROSES, METALLICA). The "Faith" single will precede the full-length album on March 3.

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/voodoosix.

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