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1 July 2014

The Welsh glam Metal titans are back with an almighty big bang in this new video showing how they can still pack a mighty punch.

Punched In The Gutz is the third video release from the much acclaimed 'Knives' EP.And for vinyl loving Maniacz everywhere - The 'Knives' EP is now released on Vinyl via Night Of The Vinyl Dead through Nuclear Blast Records.

The band are also well on the way with the recording of the next killer EP - 'Daggerz', this will be scheduled for release by Italian label Scarlet Records late 2014/early 2015. It will feature the brand new exciting Klint artwork which was designed by renowned Manga Artsist Ben Krefta.

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More exciting news for Tailz Maniacz everywhere will be the release of all unheard old Tigertailz Demos on US label FnA Records, this will be called 'Tigertailz Lost Reelz' and is due for release in September 2014.

The Tailz are also setting up a few select live European shows in Nov/Dec. Confirmed shows are:

Friday 28 November - The Globe, Cardiff
This will be a totally FREE show for all the hardcore Tailz Maniacz out there, so you'll need to be quick getting your ticket as it is expected to sell out - more info regarding tickets will be put on the official Tailz site and Facebook/Twitter pages
Saturday 29 November - UK TBC
Friday 5 December - Zaragoza, Spain - Sala Utopia
Saturday 6 December - Miranda de Ebro (Burgos), Spain - Sala Fábrica de Tornillos
Sunday 7 December - Madrid, Spain - Sala We Rock

Tigertailz are also delighted to announce a run of shows in Australia!

Yes, The Tailz will go 'Down Under Mate' to visit their Oz fans with a trip to singer Jules's homeland. Shows are confirmed for early 2015 in Melbourne, Sidney and Brisbane, with ticket details to follow soon.


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