TYGERS OF PAN TANG Going Back To Its 'Early Roots' On Upcoming CD

August 20, 2007

NWOBHM legends TYGERS OF PAN TANG have issued the following update:

"After nearly three years, the TYGERS OF PAN TANG are ready to roar back into action with new material due later this year. Inspired by their reception at the NWOBHM festival at the Pitz club in Milton Keynes, the band have written nine songs that are ready to demo and two which are work in progress.

"The new album, which has a working title of 'Animal Instinct', sees the band go back to their early roots, playing hard edged rock in the manner of 'Wildcat' and 'Spellbound'.

"To escape the studio, some local gigs in the North East have been arranged at Crook AFC, Newcastle Academy and the Cumby in Heighington for September and October.

"For more gigs as they are added, dates, ticket info and up to date news etc please check out the TYGERS OF PAN TANG MySpace site.

"Finally a brand new TYGERS website is to be launched in September which will be updated weekly and bring the fans closer to the band."

TYGERS OF PAN TANG's current lineup is:

Robb Weir - Guitar
Dean Robertson - Guitar
Jacopo Meille - Vocals
Brian West - Bass
Craig Ellis - Drums

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