1)Grindcore band from Kranj, Slovenia.
2)RockWas formed in Trondheim; Norway in 1982, by vocalist and rhythm guitarist Dag Ingebrigtsen, guitarist Ronni LĂ© TekrĂ¸, bassist Steinar Eikum and drummer Morten "Diesel" Dahl. They released their self-titled debut album the same year â€” their only album that features Norwegian lyrics â€” and got a hit with the single "Harley Davidson". In August 1983 Morty Black replaced Steinar Eikum on bass, and the following year American vocalist Tony Harnell became TNT's new frontman, making his debut on their album Knights of the New Thunder with the temporary stage name Tony Hansen. That line-up recorded one more album, Tell No Tales in 1987, before "Diesel" Dahl decided to quit one year later, after some turbulent times within the band. Tell No Tales - as co-written by Dahl - produced TNT's biggest hit, the single "10,000 Lovers (In One)".
Kenneth Odiin became TNT's new drummer, but recorded only one album with the band, Intuition in 1989, before he left. His replacement was John Macaluso, who played on the albums "Realized Fantasies" and "Three Nights in Tokyo" (both released in 1992). The same year they decided to take a break, choosing to focus on various solo projects. In 1996 the compilation "Till Next Time" was released, and Harnell, LĂ© TekrĂ¸ and Black reformed TNT with drummer Frode Hansen. That line-up recorded two albums, Firefly in 1997 and Transistor in 1999.
In 2000 "Diesel" Dahl came back to TNT, 12 years after he left. The band started working on their new album "My Religion", which was released in 2004. Months after the album release, Morty Black decided to quit, and Sid Ringsby took his place for the following concerts.
TNT's new studio album, All The Way To The Sun was released in the fall of 2005. A single, "Sometimes" was released on July 25th, but was only available in Norway. The same year Victor Borge replaced Sid Ringsby as their live bassist.
Tony Harnell left the band in April 2006 for both personal and professional reasons, although he is collaborating with iMagic Films and producer Darren Paltrowitz on a live DVD featuring his performance with the band in Madrid, Spain from April 1, 2006. The DVD is intended to be released in Japan in August 2006 and elsewhere in the world in September 2006.
TNT are still alive and kickin' - and are proud to introduce the new man behind the mic: Singer Tony Mills from Birmingham, England. Tony is one of Europe's most respected hard rock singers, mostly known for his work with UK Melodic Rock act Shy and his solo artiste releases of recent years. Tony has worked along side such names as Cinderella, Dokken, Cozy Powell, Meatloaf, The Sweet and many more and will add a new and exciting dimension to TNT as the band enter a new era. It is an unbelievable coincidence that Mills' band Shy were already booked to support TNT at the Polar Festival on June 30 in Storsteinnes, Norway before Harnell's departure. This concert for TNT will be fronted by the ex-vocalist Tony Harnell as a farewell show for him.
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Traditional Metal/Hard Rock
TNT LYRICAL THEMES
Love, Social Themes, Rock `n´ Roll
Norway (Trondheim), formed in 1982
TNT CURRENT RECORD LABEL
TNT CURRENT LINE-UP
Tony Mills - Vocals (Shy, Cinderella, Dokken, Siam)
Ronni Le Tekrö - Guitars (ex-The Cumshots, Wild Willy's Gang, Vagabond (Nor),Roquefire,Vendette)
Morten "Diesel" Dahl - Drums
TNT PREVIOUS LINE-UP
Tony Harnell (Starbreaker)
Dag "D.D. Dynamite" Ingebrigtsen (1982-1984) (Kids, Subway Suck, Grønne Glitrende 3)
Sid Ringsby (2004-2005) (ex-Jørn, Wild Willy's Gang)
Morty "Black" Skaget (1983-2004) (Jørn, Vagabond (Nor))
Steiner Eikum (1982-1983)
Kenneth Odiin (1987-1989)
John Macaluso (1992-1992) (Starbreaker, ex-Mullmuzzler, MCM, ex-Riot, ex-Holy Mother, Masterlast, Powermad, ex-Yngwie J. Malmsteen, Ark, Chris Caffery, John Macaluso & Union Radio)
Frode Hansen (1996-1998)
Dag Stokke (1996)