TNT: Audio Interview With New Singer TONY MILLS Posted Online

October 19, 2006

Norway's Metal Express Radio recently conducted an interview with new TNT singer Tony Mills (ex-SHY). Listen to the chat in two parts: Part#1, Part#2.

TNT is scheduled to begin pre-production for its new album this week in Spain with Norwegian producer H.P. Gundersen. "H.P. has engineered and produced a wide catalogue of artists from Norway (and other territories) and is a very capable musician as well," Mills explained in a recent online posting. "Ronni [Le Tekro, guitar] has great respect for H.P. and having worked with him previously, felt a natural affinity to continue that relationship into the new TNT project.

"Recording will continue later in the month at home in Oslo and it may be that we shall mix the album in Denmark in the New Year although a final decision on that is yet to be considered. I think it stands a good chance that Tommy Hansen will mix the album; we just aint got that far yet!!! As for direction of the album, I think it would be only fair for [the listeners] to make that decision [themselves] when [they] hear it, as we all have our own impressions of these things and my preconceptions could be very different from [theirs]. I hear a traditional TNT approach with a grandiose attitude about it all and a modern approach to the production. We all have to move with the times and dont forget one person's favourite will often be different from another's."

Mills joined TNT as the replacement for longtime singer Tony Harnell, who left the group in April.

Harnell's final release as a member of TNT was the "Live in Madrid" DVD, which came out in September via MTM Music. The set, which was filmed on April 1, 2006 in Madrid, Spain, was accompanied by an 82-minute audio CD plus booklet liner notes from Harnell about his work with the group as well as an additional tour documentary by Darren Paltrowitz.

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