the Godfathers of Norwegian metal release a musical biography that should be mandatory for all fans of heavy music!
TNT 30th Anniversary 1982 - 2002 Live In Concert reviews:
5/5 - Metalodyssey.net
#13 - VG Lista
9/10 - metal-temple
9/10 - Zephyr's Odem
4/5 - Hard City Rock
4/5 - therockpit.net
Hard Rock Haven-:"The release contain a great concert performance that truly is a celebration to three decades of TNT."
Über Rock-:"Wherever you find yourself on that scale of fandom, if you consider any part of the thirty-plus years of TNT's career worth celebrating then you'll find this live set a complete riot."
The long awaited 30 years anniversary concert with TNT and the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra is finally set for release! Every TNT fan can now recapture the celebration of that magical, and most memorable night which took place in Trondheim June 2nd 2012. Alongside the Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, TNT delivered a show filled with dynamics, power and authenticity such a memorable occasion truly deserved. The band performed songs spanning across their 30-year long career; from the mighty heavy metal hymn “Seven Seas” to hard rock smash hits like “10.000 Lovers” and “Intuition”, leaving no fans attending craving for more.
The line-up of the evening consisted of founding members Ronni Le Tekro and Diesel Dahl alongside later recruits Victor Borge and Tony Mills. But to complete the anniversary we were presented guest performances by artists like Dee Snider (Twisted Sister), Hank von Helvete (Turbonegro) and Dag Ingebrigtsen. Not to mention a most heartfelt reunion with the singer known to have recorded TNT`s greatest hits, Tony Harnell.
Throughout this amazing show one get a taste of what has been, what is, but also what might be. The release contain a great concert performance that truly is a celebration to three decades of TNT. A historical document that is a «Must-have» for any fan of heavy music.
For a band of TNT`s caliber there`s always an anniversary to celebrate, and as this memorable night in June 2012 showed us, the future might be as bright as their past.