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One foot in the grave TankardCD

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CategoryCDs
ThemeBands
GenreThrash Metal
Media format2-CD
Media PackagingDigibook
Available since 02.06.2017
Product code355518

Released as a limited-edition double-CD digibook. The bonus disc contains classic tracks from the band’s live performance at the 2016 Rock Hard Festival (12 tracks).

It’s an anniversary year: 35 years of Tankard! And of course, no anniversary party would be complete without the right soundtrack. Their 17th studio album, titled ‘One Foot in The Grave’, is finally being released. This thrash metal cracker was recorded in January 2017 in the Gernhart studio (Troisdorf) together with producer Martin Buchwalter (Destruction, Suidkara) and really shows the band at their best. The cover was once again designed by Patrick Strogulski, a pupil of former Tankard cover artist Sebastien Krüger. Patrick was also responsible for the cover art on the band’s last two albums (‘A Girl Called Cerveza’ and ‘R.I.B.’).

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Beer-soaked Metal and funny covers are two distinctive features that has always been enough to differ TANKARD from the rest of the scene. And even if their Beer (or their Metal for that matter) is getting less and less fresh and exciting through the years, their covers are still top class. In fact, this brand new TANKARD effort has something to offer even musicwise, at least a couple of its tracks are quite good (and nobody expected of them classics of their 1987-1990 caliber anymore, right?), and when it comes to its visual side – well, it must be one of those rare cases when the picture-disc format is preferred over the regular vinyl. All in all, this one is better to look at than to listen to.

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