Something you already didn't know about Tonic Breed? The Wikipedia articles about the band is getting pritty detailed now. Go ahead and read about the band, our latest album Outsold and our previous work. These articles is getting so good now, that we have decided to remove our "history" page here on "tonicbreed.com" and guide people to the Wikipedia articles instead.
Timeline from the wikipedia article.
Outsold on Youtube
We have decided to put all songs from the Outsold album out on Youtube. Youtube is one of the most important platforms on the internet to have content available, and Tonic Breed is a band that have to work very hard for each new fan. Without any kind of record company, booking agency or music distributor to help us promote, we must do whatever we can to be easy to find. We hope the Tonic Breed fans still will buy our music if you like what we do, and here's a couple of ways to support us. So, we would appreciate if you subscribe to our channel and saved this playlist to your favorites!
Riffs from Outsold
Here's the playlist of the coming eight videos in this series. This is Patrik Svendsen and Tonic Breed trying to make it easier for you to learn the guitar parts on the latest album release. With english subs, so be sure to click the subtitles button on the bottom right if you don't understand the beautiful norwegian language.
For our norwegian fans. The radio show Pyro on NRK P3 recently aired some Tonic Breed. You can listen to the entire show online. The link takes you directly to the Tonic Breed part where they end it all by playing the song Outsold.
P3 Pyro did air us one more time. With some awesome words about our latest release. You can listen to the entire show online. The link takes you directly to the Tonic Breed part where they end it all by playing the song Strife.
"Even with "Outsold", the second studio album of their career, the Norwegians, Tonic Breed, hit the center of the target, working on a platter of eight tracks perfectly balanced between thrash metal and heavy eighties."
"(...) the music is done really well, their aren't many weaknesses and I do find myself enjoying the retro and redolent feelings I get when blasting this music through my 25 year old, 200-watt Pioneer speakers. I think I am going to go find that old "Metal Masters" VHS tape and reminisce...*sheds a tear*."