Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Tank rolls on in the same fashion
L. B. Ivarsson | Rock City | 06/09/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"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"."