Jorge Fretes of Spain's GoetiaMedia.com recently conducted an interview with vocalist Andreas "Gerre" Geremia of German alcoholic thrashers TANKARD. You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.
TANKARD's 30th-anniversary album, "A Girl Called Cerveza", was released on July 27 via the band's new label home, Nuclear Blast Records. The CD was recorded at Studio 23 in Frankfurt with producer Michael Mainx (ONKELZ, DER W, DISBELIEF, D-A-D).
"A Girl Called Cerveza" track listing:
11. Running On Fumes 12. A Girl Called Serveza 13. Witchhunt 2.0 14. Masters Of Farces 15. The Metal Lady Boy (feat. Doro Pesch)
16. Not One Day Dead (But One Day Mad) 17. Son Of A Fridge 18. Fandom At Random 19. Metal Magnolia 20. Rapid Fire (A Tyrant's Elegy)
A trailer for "A Girl Called Cerveza" can be seen below. The five-and-a-half-minute clip features footage that was filmed at the official listening session for the CD, which was held in late April at Studio 23 in Frankfurt, Germany.
"A Girl Called Cerveza" trailer:
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