"a strong release
that sounds fresh & vibrant whilst paying homage to the band's rich
proudly alongside anything in the band's back catalogue" Powerplay
"the best Tygers
voice in years" Metal To Infinity.
"the dual guitar that
sounds so evident on those early albums is back again with a vengeful
hunger" Metal Talk.
hard drums & most of all awesome vocals" LiveReviewer.com
attention to detail - another timeless quality the younger acts should
aspire to become" Eternal Terror
"the closest thing to a
classic" Metal Temple.
"on These Eyes & Man
On Fire it's impossible to imagine anyone else complementing Robb
Weir's signature guitar sound.. Ambush is all about the future now.. Meille has truly earned his Tygers' stripes"
"this Tyger is all
2012 & sounding mean.. well played & well written contemporary metal"
Featured album at Total Rock Radio.
"this truly is a first
class effort" Sea Of Tranquility.
"songs that can compete
with their most famous numbers any day!" Festival Photo.
"the songs are strong,
full of life & energy with great riffs & some awesome hooks"
Sinister Angels Realm
"the song writing is
tight, it's clean & as great as ever, perhaps better. The production
of the album is second to none" Rock Fusion.
"true working class
heroes, playing no-nonsense meat-and-potatoes heavy metal.. a solid,
old school metal album" Classic Rock
"still a band to be
reckoned with" Powermetal.de
"loving the album, one of
the best of the year so far" Jeff Collins, Sunshine Radio
"without a doubt, the best
Tygers album of all time"
Mayfair Mall Zine.
"everything about this
album appeals" Destructive Music.
"Speed does exactly what
it says & could easily have been lifted from the Wild Cat album, such
is its' rawness & contains a stratospheric vocal from Jacopo"
Interview with Robb Weir, by
Sea Of Tranquility, at SOS Festival.
"know the game & play it
to perfection.. heavy riffs mixed with sexy high vocals create a
vibrant sound to whet the appetite" Get Ready To Rock, live review
from SOS Festival.