On October 28th NYC’s Tanith will head over the Ocean to start their European tour in Newcastle, England.
28.10.2019 UK – Newcastle – Trillians Rock Bar
30.10.2019 UK – Edinburgh – Bannerman’s
31.10.2019 UK – Hartlepool – United Supporters Club
02.11.2019 UK – London – The Dev
03.11.2019 GR – Athens – Kyttaro Live
05.11.2019 BE – Bree – Ragnarok Live Club
06.11.2019 NL – Tilburg – Little Devil
07.11.2019 DE – Hamburg – Bambi Galore
08.11.2019 DE – Oldenburg – MTS Record Store
10.11.2019 DE – Kassel – Goldgrube
12.11.2019 DE – Göppingen – Zille
13.11.2019 DE – Oberhausen – Helvete Metal Club
14.11.2019 DE – Düsseldorf – Pitcher
15.11.2019 DE – Mannheim – MS Connexion Complex
16.11.2019 DE – Würzburg – Hammer Of Doom Festival
Comments the band: “This is an incredibly exciting moment for us all. We’ve been together less than two years yet so much has happened already. From day one we announced Tanith as a transatlantic band and now the time has come to truly live up to that. We can hardly wait for that first show in Russ’s home town of Newcastle! Does anyone have a plane and is able to give us a ride from New York to Newcastle?“
Tanith released their debut full-length, In Another Time, last May via Metal Blade Records. Taking their name from a character in the classic Hammer Horror The Devil Rides Out, Tanith play vintage hard rock that harks back to the glory days of Blue Oyster Cult, Thin Lizzy and Uriah Heep. However, while such influences resonate through their music, they are never derivative, having a strong musical identity and forging their own sound.
Please visit metalblade.com/tanith to listen to In Another Time and for purchasing options.
The origin of Tanith lies in Cindy Maynard (Bass, Vocals) and Satan‘s Russ Tippins (Guitars, Vocals) playing covers in clubs and pubs in Tippins’ native UK, but it soon became obvious that they wanted to create content of their own, and form a full band. Deciding to locate the act in New York, they recruited close friend Charles Newton on guitar and drummer Keith Robinson to realize this. “Let me just say upfront that this is no solo project, but a four-piece band where each member has an equal say,” Tippins says. “If I even wanted to call the shots these guys wouldn’t let me! Collectively, we have a dynamic that really works. Not only are we friends who hang out as a matter of course, but musically the pieces all fit to make a picture. It’s a rare thing and I appreciate it more than most, having played in so many bands previously.” The manner in which the four musicians combine is indeed a special thing, and every contribution is essential. “Russ brings most of the substance, spirit and lyrics to the band,” Maynard enthuses. “He’s a visionary, so easy to work with creatively, and just loves getting together and playing with his friends. Charlie is a natural complement to Russ on the guitar, I would say technically and creatively, and he has a way of explaining things with a clarity that makes technically tricky things somehow simpler to execute. Then we have Keith, who is a great, flexible and tasteful drummer, and his grounded nature and playing really anchors everything we do.” Tippins likewise enthuses about Maynard’s contributions, heralding her as “an inspirational person who leads by example in every way. There is no one else I’d rather have beside me on stage, while off stage she is an orchestrator with the vision to keep things on point.“
Russ Tippins – Guitars, Vocals
Cindy Maynard – Bass, Vocals
Charles Newton – Guitars
Keith Robinson – Drums