Guitarist Ronni Le Tekrø thinks TNT might make one “very last album” in the future

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Guitarist Ronni Le Tekrø thinks TNT might make one “very last album” in the future

TNT founder and lead guitarist Ronni Le Tekrø was recently interviewed by media journalist Mark Dean for Anti Hero Magazine.

Le Tekrø was asked whether TNT have a future in terms of recording new music and playing gigs taking into account that he is the lone original member left in the band to which he replied:

“Yeah, definitely. We’ve had some tragedy, some serious illness for different members. But I think maybe in the future that we could make the very last album. We’re obviously going to continue touring in whatever line-up, with whatever line-up. But if there’s going to be new music, I’m not sure. I’ve started writing some stuff. I can’t stop. I can’t stop.”

TNT‘s last studio album XIII was released via Frontiers Music Srl back in June 2018 with current TNT frontman Baol Bardot Bulsara on lead vocals.

In terms of when his new solo album Bigfoot TV came about, Le Tekrø indicated: “I would say last year. It was a compressed writing process and rehearsing and…. Bigfoot TV is the name of the album.  And it’s evolving around personal experiences. There’s one track called UFO, which is about a UFO experience I had some years back, like a close encounter. Which is dangerous to talk about these things, right? Because people think you’re a fucking lunatic or something, right?”

You can read the rest of the interview with Ronni Le Tekrø at Anti Hero Magazine‘s website.