We told you not that long ago that the Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza would be releasing one last record.
Today, the band confirmed the news, and even posted a new song for streaming — which follows at the end of this post.
Black Market Activities announced that on October 23, the label will release Danza IIII: The Alpha – The Omega, the fourth and final album from The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza.
Bummer that it’ll be their last, but I’m sure they’ll reunite at some point down the line. Probably in their 60s. That would be hilarious. If The Eagles can do it, why not TDTE?
” For the fourth and final album, Danza IIII (think tally marks, not Roman numerals), we find a stripped-down Danza, consisting solely of core members Jessie Freeland and Josh Travis,” says a press release. “With Freeland manning the vocals as always, this time with even more vitriol than ever, the virtuoso Travis is responsible for all other instrumentation on the album. The result: the most musical and bloodlettingly honest work ever to bear the Danza name.”
Danza IIII contains guest vocal appearances by Whitechapel’s Phil Bozeman and Obey the Brave/Despised Icon’s Alex Erian.
The album — available for pre-order here — was engineered and mixed by Nicholas Scott (Miss May I). The artwork was created by Michael J. Windsor, known for his work with The Red Chord and Pig Destroyer, and for his book covers for bestsellers like “The Da Vinci Code” and “Darkly Dreaming Dexter.”
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