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Screaming Tiger live @ Monmouth Festival [Video]

August 5, 2011
At the beginning of July we introduced you to Screaming Tiger.
Within that post we also featured their first release single stream which you can revisit and relisten to here.
 Hailing from the darkest depths of an Industrial Estate in South Wales comes Screaming Tiger. A female fronted Alt Rock band that is the coming together of artists from several local bands that form a machine to smash gorgeous music into your ears. Screaming Tiger fuse beautiful female vocals that will enchant you and grinding heavy guitars that will hammer your ears and pleasure all of your emotions. This will be one of the first opportunities to catch this exciting, up and coming band who plan to take their music to all corners of the UK.

Consisting of Hannah Modget- Bass/Vocals
Gareth Modget- Drums
and Oli Montez- Guitar.

On Monday 1st August the band took to Monmouth Festival for their first live debut and attentively delivered a powerful, professional, impressive set. Captivating the crowd, this was a performance that showed no weakness and no clues this was their first live public outing.
Blazing their performance and providing a full sounding set; deep with ferocious hooks, lusting vocals and striking intonation.

A band that perform together and to their audience so well; enjoying their achievements.

You can watch a live video of their track Release the Kracken below-
We will be bringing you a few live shots of their debut to the site shortly.
Rest Assured you will be hearing a lot more from this band.
More coverage.
http://screamingtiger.bandcamp.com
http://www.reverbnation.com/screamingtiger
http://www.myspace.com/screamingtigeruk
http://screamingtiger.bigcartel.com/
http://screamingtiger.tumblr.com/
http://twitter.com/#!/Screaming_Tiger
http://www.last.fm/user/screamingtiger

http://www.youtube.com/user/screamingtig…

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