ALBUM REVIEW: Tygers of Pan Tang – Bloodlines

ALBUM REVIEW: Tygers of Pan Tang - Bloodlines


In the event you love your Onerous Rock distinctly old fashioned with a Steel edge and but nonetheless with loads melody then that is in all probability one for you. Tygers have been born in one other age when bands took their names from Science Fiction books, vinyl was king and other people went to live shows to take heed to music quite than take selfies and report their whereabouts. That such a reputation nonetheless exists in 2023 tells you all it is advisable learn about dedication and the ability of a reputation. Tygers 2023 although are a really completely different animal to the hungry beast that put out ‘Wild Cat’ in 1980, 43 years in the past and Robb Weir their solely authentic member, although vocalist ‘Jack’ Meille is nearly to hit 20 years with the band and drummer Craig Ellis has simply hit 23 years of service.

So in case you’re up for a little bit of no frills Onerous and Heavy Rock then dive proper in. ‘Edge Of The World’ is a prolonged bombastic opener that sounds identical to you hoped: that is in any case the primary full album written by the latest line-up. On account of that stylistically it performs it a bit protected with out ether harkening again to that signature early sound or dwelling an excessive amount of on the extra business fare they moved on to. In fact it finally ends up not fairly understanding what it desires to be and while there’s nothing terrible on right here there are just a few actual highlights, however what highlights they’re!  Hidden mid-album ‘Again For Good’ is the kind of tune that basically takes you again; and nearer Making All of the Guidelines’ a slower, assured rocker with some beautiful guitar. Extra like these two and everybody could be speaking about ‘Bloodlines’.

7 / 10

1. Edge Of The World
2. In My Blood
3. Hearth On The Horizon
4. Mild Of Hope
5. Again For Good
6. Style Of Love
7. Kiss The Sky
8. Consider
9. A New Heartbeat
10. Making All The Guidelines


Robb Weir – guitar | Francesco Marras – guitar | Jack Meille – vocals | Huw Holding – bass | Craig Ellis – drums

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