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Honour & Blood Import

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Page Artiste Tank

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  • CD (30 avril 1997)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00005NKFL
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Tank rolls on in the same fashion 9 juin 2004
Par L. B. Ivarsson - Publié sur
Format: CD
For some strange reason, singer and bass player Algy Ward got rid of the Brabbs brother after Tank's third album ("This means war"). With Algy Ward being the only original member left, you might expect "Honour & blood" to sound different than the previous albums, but it doesn't. This album kicks off with one of Tank's best songs ever - "The war drags ever on" - and it's built in the same way as "Just like something from hell" from the "This means war" album. There are some songs that are very good and especially "Honour & blood", "Wasting my life away", and "Too tired to wait for love" deserves to be mentioned. There are obvious similarities between Tank and Motörhead, and if you're into fast and raw heavy metal without a single trace of so called hair metal or MTV metal you will most certainly like "Honour & blood".
5.0 étoiles sur 5 LAST KILLER AMAZING TANK RECORD!!!!!!!! 7 décembre 2014
Par Edward J. mccarthy Jr. - Publié sur
Format: Album vinyle
this was the last great tank album in 1984 that would see the band break tradition and take a 3 year break before the follow up to this in 1987, anyway this album starts out with an awesome intro and then the record blasts into the awesome track the war drags ever on, i saw tank here in new york in 1985 when they came to the us to tour for this record, they came and played about 10 east coast dates and never returned to the us again so i am thrilled to say i was there, a lot of tank fans may not but i put this album way up there with filth hounds and this means war, i dont feel there was a bad song on this record, it was typical power hard hitting and raw heavy metal at its best, songs like the title track and when hell freezes over are just so raw, heavy and totally tank that if for whatever reson over the past 30 years you have been a tank fan but never got this record THIS IS A MUST for any tank fan, i still listen to this record quit often to this day, tank sadly fell apart for a decade after they released a self titled album in 1987 wich i thought was good but it was a bit experimental and 1987 was also the year of hair metal so it was not the best move on tanks part, the band would not be heard from again until 10 years later when they slowly started to do a couple of european festivals in the summer of 1997, they then got back together for a small japan tour in 1999 and then released the last great tank record STILL AT WAR in 2002, sadly there was no tour for that record and in 2010 the other members of ALGY WARDS BAND hi jacked the tank name and logo and are making records that are good but do not have that classic tank sound without algy, ANY TANK RELEASE studio or live that was done between 1981 and 2002 is THE REAL TANK!!!! since 2010 sadly there is another tank but it is a scab version without algy, sadly algy fell ill some years ago and cant go on tour anymore so that is the story, anyway this record from 1984 30 years ago was the last great tank record after a killer four album run from 1981 through 1984 GET THIS OWN IT LISTEN TO IT YOU WILL LOVE IT
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Tank declare war...on your speakers! 23 mai 2013
Par Justin G. - Publié sur
Format: CD
Originally released in 1984, Honour & Blood was the fourth full-length album from London heavy metal brigade Tank. One of the rawer, heavier bands in the celebrated New Wave of British Heavy Metal (NWOBHM) scene, Tank didn't bother with polish or finesse; they bludgeoned their audiences into submission.

Tank had some more lineup changes, but overall the sound on Honour & Blood is much the same as it was on the previous year's This Means War album. It's still very heavy, very raw (though with a bit more finesse creeping in here and there) and energetic metal. Motorhead is still the template, but Savage and Dragster also come to mind. It's a short album, but it's also mostly free of filler. With its 8-minute length and epic battle atmosphere, leadoff song "The War Drags Ever On" is probably Honour & Blood's standout track, though the surprisingly solid cover of "Chain of Fools" definitely makes an impression.

Honour & Blood probably doesn't quite make the cut as an NWOBHM album, but it's definitely a must-have for Tank fans and a very worthwhile album for fans of the rawer, heavier, NWOBHM sound. There's also some crossover potential for those who like the heavier punk rock (think Warfare or GBH) of the era.

Edition Notes: Metal Mind reissued Honour & Blood in 2008. The reissue features digitally remastered audio and the bonus track "The Man That Never Was" (the b-side to the 1983 Echoes of a Distant Battle single). Aside from the think digipack it comes in, it's a pretty sweet reissue, and one that puts this NWOBHM gem back in fans hands after too long out of print.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Killer band 9 juillet 2013
Par Darrell L. Gettys - Publié sur
Format: CD
Following This Means War,Tank ratcheted it up on this one. Any band that can put out a kick ass version of an Aretha Franklin song (chain of fools), and pull it off says something about them. I would say that "Kill, The WAR DRAGS EVER ON, and Honor and Blood still stand up today against most as killer metal, or rock.(your choice) , MOTORHEAD excluded. From the Filth Hounds & Power of the hunter days this band has cranked it up. As young lads, touring with Motorhead and Girlschool, they learned their lessons and learned them well. Ward -Brabbs, was a great combination. Honour and Blood, I feel was the last we would hear the real Tank. Alas, lineup changes, wives on tour with them, (What the hell were they thinking) and poor songwriting led to the demise of the real Tank. If you can find the 1st two albums, snap them up. You probably won't. Buy this this and This Means War, you won't be disappointed. There are a few songs on each that are great. The later albums are just a shell of what they were
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tank 13 février 2013
Par Peter J. Glover - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Honour and Blood is my second favorite offering from these guys, it being a close second to Filth Hounds Of Hades...Favorite track is the War Drags Ever On
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