Legendary TYGERS OF PAN TANG Reveal New Album ‘Ambush’ FREE Track Download

Legendary TYGERS OF PAN TANG Reveal New Album ‘Ambush’ FREE Track Download

The influential & legendary British hard rock band Tygers Of Pan Tang are set to release a brand new album “Ambush” on 24th September, celebrating a landmark year in the band’s history.

“Ambush” features 11 tracks of handsomely crafted melodic rock, recorded & produced by Chris Tsangarides who produced the band’s historic “Wildcat” and “Spellbound” albums in 1980 and 1981 respectively.

Those early albums were critically acclaimed & similarly revered by fans, as was the Tygers of Pan Tang’s most recent album “Animal Instinct” which received this praise from reputed writer Geoff Barton in his 8/10 review in Classic Rock

“a pedigree album, combining the rough ‘n’ readiness of the early Wild Cat-era of the band with the glossy approach when they had John Sykes on guitar.. if I was thinking of buying Good To Be Bad (Whitesnake), Songs From The Sparkle Lounge (Def Leppard) or Animal Instinct and I only had enough money for one CD, I might just plump for this one”

With a truly impressive piece of cover art by Rodney Matthews who originally worked with the band on the iconic “Crazy Nights” album cover and with audio mastering by Ian Cooper (Wild Cat and Spellbound albums), some 3 decades forward the Tygers of Pan Tang have assembled a team which understands and lives up to their heritage.
The Tygers of Pan Tang have released a trailer video of the album:
The track listing for the album is as follows:
1. Keeping Me Alive
2. These Eyes
3. One Of A Kind
4. Rock & Roll Dream
5. She
6. Man On Fire
7. Play To Win
8. Burning Desire
9. Hey Suzie
10. Mr. Indispensable
11. Speed
Fans can get a free mp3 download of “Speed” below:
Robb Weir – Guitars
Jacopo Meille – Vocals
Dean Robertson – Guitars
Gavin Gray – Bass
Craig Ellis – Drums/Percussion

For more information please check out the Tygers of Pan Tang Official website HERE or Rocksector Records Website HERE 

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