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Three Dimensional Tanx (3D Tanx) follow up their self-titled 2014 studio album and two live releases with 12 new killer studio tracks that are already rapidly becoming live favourites.

Features the single 'Son of Go' as played on various radio shows (including Amazing Radio) and 'Pink Spaceship' and 'ETA-3000' as played by BBC6 Radio.

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'Attack' - Studio Album, CD & Download, 2016
by Three Dimensional Tanx

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Attack - Studio Album, 2016
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Three Dimensional Tanx (3D Tanx) follow up their self-titled 2014 studio album and two live releases with 12 new killer studio tracks that are already rapidly becoming live favourites.

Features the single 'Son of Go' as played on various radio shows (including Amazing Radio) and 'Pink Spaceship' and 'ETA-3000' as played by BBC6 Radio.

“high-energy fun…a supersonic 35 minutes…12 tracks of rocket-fueled rock n roll”

POW Magazine

'they sound like they are having the time of their life...like the Saints doing battle with Stooges...the songs snarl, spit and bite but are drenched in almost pop sensibilities...delivered with such energy, urgency and aplomb'

Optical Sounds #11

‘Attack’ Album Review:

‘a glorious cranium compressing collision of muscular kraut, weird ear prog and space psych all of which we here have found ourselves somewhat adoring of the albums parting track and, dare we say, aptly titled ‘Astral Plane flight attendant’ which by these ears sounds like a hulking melodic mushroom forged of a sci-fi-tronic silver age key swirled hallucinogenic psyched out pop pill found warp driving through a meteor storm.’

Mark Barton (Losing Today), The Sunday Experience

‘Attack’ Album Review:

’3D Tanx sound like an amalgamation of every great Psych Rock/Garage Punk band from the last 50 years and at the same time like nothing you have ever heard before…Truly fantastic stuff’

Thee Psychedelicatessen