ALGY WARD’s TANK: More ‘Breath Of The Pit’ Details Revealed

Algy Ward, founder and frontman of British metal legands TANK, has signed a deal with 4Worlds Media for the release of “the definitive” new TANK album entitled “Breath Of The Pit”, Due in May, the CD will feature 10 brand new recordings that “will blow your face off in true filth hounds tradition,” according to a press release. Algy himself produced the effort, which is being described as “a real TANK album for genuine TANK fans.”

“Breath Of The Pit” track listing:

01. Breath Of The Pit
02. T-34
03. Kill Or Be Killed
04. Healing The Wounds Of War
05. Stalingrad (Time Is Blood)
06. Victim
07. Crawl Back Into Your Hole
08. Retribution
09. Conflict Primeval
10. Circle Of Willis

All songs were written, played and shouted by Ward. The CD was engineered and recorded by Ward and Guy Denning at the Tankroom Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England and The Granary Lamberhurst, Kent, England. The album was mixed and produced by Ward and Denning. Mastered duties were handled by Tim Turan.

Algy‘s TANK is not to be confused with the other version of the band — featuring Mick Tucker and Cliff Evans on guitar alongside ex-RAINBOW/YNGWIE MALMSTEEN frontman Doogie White and ex-BRUCE DICKINSON bassist Chris Dale and former HELLOWEEN drummer Mark Cross — which released a new DVD, “War Machine Live”, last December in the USA through MVD. The set, which came out in Europe in November via Metal Mind Productions, features live performances filmed on March 9, 2012 at Stodola in Warsaw, Poland and August 10, 2011 at Metal Hammer Festival in Katowice, Poland, plus band interviews, on-the-road footage and the promotional video for “War Nation”, the title track of the band’s most recent studio album.

In a 2009 statement to Classic Rock magazine, Ward slammed his former bandmates for taking a version of the band out on the road in Europe without him. He said: “I wish the loyal TANK fans around the world to know that the band playing various European festivals under the name of ‘TANK‘ do so without my consent.

“The band name TANK, associated logos and images are my sole intellectual property and copyright.

“I am currently unable to perform live due to poor health but continue to write and record.”

 

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