Aussie legends ROSE TATTOO are to have their Tatts: Live In Brunswick album released in the UK.
The album was recorded at the legendary Bombay Bicycle Club in the Melbourne suburb of Brunswick in late ’82. The band had just released their third album Scarred For Life, the first with new guitarist Rob Riley replacing Mick Cocks, who’d been sacked a year earlier. The band would implode early the following year, leaving frontman Angry Anderson and bassist Geordie Leach to convene a new line-up.
The album was released in Australia last February on Golden Robot Records but thanks to a distribution deal with Cadiz Music, it will get an official UK release on 24 November.
A revamped Rose Tattoo are currently playing Australian dates, with former AC/DC bassist Mark Evans, ex-ANGELS guitarist Bob Spencer and sometime AUSTRALIAN CRAWL drummer John Watson joining Anderson and longtime slide guitarist Dai Pritchard. Shows in Europe and the UK are mooted for 2018.
Check out the video for ‘Scarred For Life’.