BANG TANGO Interviewed By 'Naked Dave's Music' (Video)

Naked Dave's Music recently conducted an interview with California rockers BANG TANGO. You can now watch the chat in two parts below.

BANG TANGO's new album, "Pistol Whipped In The Bible Belt", was released on September 27 via Seventy-Eight Productions. The band's first new studio CD in five years was produced and mixed by Daniel Salcido (TRAPT, POP EVIL, AIRBOURNE) and Kevin Rodgers and was mastered by Anthony Focx (STEVEN TYLER, BUCKCHERRY, VINCE NEIL). Alex Grossi (QUIET RIOT, BEAUTIFUL CREATURES) co-wrote a song on the album called "Suck It Up".

"We are very proud of this record," says vocalist and BANG TANGO founding member Joe Leste, "I am confident that fans of the earlier records as well as fans of BEAUTIFUL CREATURES will dig what we came up with this time around."

BANG TANGO is planning an extensive U.S. tour in 2012, kicking off in February with the "Monsters Of Rock Cruise" that also features CINDERELLA, TESLA, KIX and others.

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