TANKARD Confirmed For Holland's ELSROCK Festival

German thrashers TANKARD have been confirmed for next year's Elsrock festival, set to take place August 29, 2009 in Rijssen, Netherlands.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

MUCKY PUP (20th anniversary reunion show)
TANKARD
ACTION IN DC
THE BUTCHER
GENERC

For more information, visit www.elsrock.nl.

"Stay Thirsty", the new video from German thrashers TANKARD, can be viewed below. The track comes off the group's 13th studio album, "Thirst", which was release today (December 19) via AFM Records. According to the band, the LP will be made available "in a couple of different versions — regular jewel case version, double digibook with a 40-minute documentary from the Bang Your Head!!! festival plus our latest videoclip 'Stay Thirsty!' on a bonus DVD and on vinyl."

"Thirst" was recorded at Stage One Studio in Bühne, Germany.

(Thanks: Metal-Experience.com)

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