New Wave Of British Heavy Metal legends TYGERS OF PAN TANG, German true metal heroes WIZARD and French heavy/speed metal act LONEWOLF have been confirmed for the Hard Rocker Festival II, set to take place September 26, 2009 at Rudeboy club in Bielsko-Biala, Poland. According to a press release, fans can expect to see there at least seven traditional metal bands at the event, making Hard Rocker the only festival of its kind in Poland.
Fan-filmed video footage of TYGERS OF PAN TANGs' January 11, 2009 performance at the Motorockas Club in Como, Italy can be viewed below.
TYGERS' new album, "Animal Instinct", was released in Italy, Germany and Scandinavia on June 9, 2008 and was made available and in Japan in mid-July via Marquee/Avalon. The CD is also available in the U.K. and via the band's official web site.
According to a press release, "Animal Instinct", sees the band "go back to their early roots, playing hard-edged rock in the manner of 'Wildcat' and 'Spellbound'."
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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