TANKARD's 'Open All Night' To Be Released On DVD
German thrash metal veterans TANKARD will have their classic VHS video from 1990, "Open All Night", released on DVD in December through AFM Records. Entitled "Open All Night - Reloaded", the disc's main feature will be the concert held on March 4, 1990 at the Werner-Seelenbinder-Halle in East Berlin and a show recorded at the Rock Hard Festival in 2007. It will also include the band's latest promotional clips — "The Beauty And The Beast", "Stay Thirsty!" and "Forza SGE" — along with other bonus material.
The original track listing for "Open All Night" was as follows:
01. The Morning After
04. Open All Night
05. Maniac Forces
06. 666 Packs
08. Space Beer
09. Zombie Attack
10. Alcohol (GANG GREEN cover)
11. Chemical Invasion
12. (Empty) Tankard
The aforementioned show in East Berlin was organized to celebrate the fall of the Berlin Wall. The bill also included Switzerland's CORONER, U.K.'s SABBAT and Germany's KREATOR.
TANKARD's latest album, "Thirst", was released in December 2008 via AFM Records.
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