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DISC: 1

1. Edge Of The World
2. In My Blood
3. Fire On The Horizon
4. Light Of Hope
5. Back For Good
6. Taste Of Love
7. Kiss The Sky
8. Believe
9. A New Heartbeat
10. Making All The Rules

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ROBB WEIR IS NEVER A MAN TO TAKE WHAT HE HAS FOR GRANTED.Having led Tygers of Pan Tang since their first album through a number of line-up changes, he recognises that the current Tygers are probably the strongest since they were at the forefront of the NWOBHM. However, Weir, ever the optimist, formed a new version of the band to both play the old material and write songs that would represent this 'new' Tygers. The backbone of the band - Craig Ellis on drums, together with Jack Meille on vocals, have now been together for considerably longer than the first Tygers and were recently joined by Francesco Marras on guitar, and Huw Holding on bass. Francesco arrived via solo and session work that has made him a go-to guitarist, and Huw has history of working with NWOBHM bands such as Blitzkrieg, Avenger and Holosade.Now the band are all set for the release of their new album, "Bloodlines". Recorded entirely by the musicians who comprise the current line-up, it is a tour de force of what made the NWOBHM such a potent force in music. The songs, all self-penned, successfully demonstrate just how well the core of Weir, Meille and Ellis have blended with the new boys. New Danish producer Tue Madsen (The Haunted, Moonspell, Sick Of It All) has brought a contemporary edge to the traditional Tygers sound and immediately bonded with the band, recognising just what it was they were looking for. Still metal at it's core, the melodic vocals and exemplary guitar solos ensure that the songs are worthy rivals to the very best of their back catalogue.