The British heavy metal band, Tank have returned with a new album titled "Re-Ignition." It features eleven tracks chosen from Tank's first four albums to be re-recorded with the band's current line-up. They kick things off with the aggressive, high-powered attack of "Walking Barefoot Over Glass," which originally appeared on Tank's 1982 album "Power Of The Hunter." They pick the tempo up for the thrash metal appeal of "Power Of The Hunter," which features vocal help from Tom Angelripper (Sodom). He is one of two special guests on this new release, the other being Dani Filth (Cradle of Filth), who lends a hand on the intense delivery of "Shellshock." Tank wrap up their new release with the chugging guitar riffs of "Honour And Blood" and the epic, eight-minute progressive metal piece "The War Drags Ever On." Both songs are from the band's 1984 album "Honour & Blood." To find out more about Tank and their latest release "Re-Ignition," please visit tankofficial.com.
Swedish born artist Tim Skold recently released his new studio album titled "Never Is Now." It features fifteen tracks, beginning with the dark, moody electronics of the title-track "Never Is Now." Skold gets more aggressive on the grinding metal riffs of "Small World" and "Ravenous," before delivering an eighties, new wave vibe on "In Another Life." The slow grind of "Idle Hands" showcases Skold fondness for nineties electronic grunge, while dance beats and passionate vocals demand you "Be Brave." Skold finishes up his latest album with the EDM feel of "Insatiable" and the pounding rhythm of "And So." To find out more about Skold and his latest release "Never Is Now," please visit skold.bandcamp.com.