New Studio Album “Inglorious II” 12th May 2017

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“This band are actually glorious! Amazing singer, amazing band. The best British band I’ve seen since…I could say the Darkness, but I really mean Led Zeppelin.” – Legendary producer Kevin “Caveman” Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Bon Jovi, Rush) who mixed “Inglorious II” https://youtu.be/FON64HTf0YM

“The future of rock and roll.” Paul Anthony, Planet Rock radio

Frontiers Music Srl are pleased to announce the release of the second Inglorious album, “Inglorious II”, on May 12, 2017! The band have also announced their new guitar player, who you can meet in the video below!

September 2016 saw Inglorious base themselves in Liverpool to work on the follow up to their 2016 eponymous debut album. Produced by the band and mixed by the legendary Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith), this new album is set to further enhance the standing of this remarkable band. From the body blow riffs of “Read All About It,” to the beautiful melodies of upcoming first single “I Don’t Need Your Loving”, from the groove of “High Class Woman” to the classic feeling ballad “Making Me Pay”, this is an album that shows the bands influences stem from iconic rock and roll shrine of rock albums from the 1970s – many years before the band members were born – merged with a truly contemporary feel. Driving riffs and instant melodies all overlaid with the unique and powerful vocals of Nathan James.

Nathan James on “Inglorious II”: “It came together very organically after spending time touring together and felt great. We knew we were making an album this time too! We focused on getting our sounds just right so we could get into the studio and out in the least time possible. Between Adde’s flat in Malmö, Sweden and Colin’s family home in Somerset, England, this album came together quickly. We spent three weekends in Somerset, writing in a kind of 9-5 fashion, whereby we knew we were at work. Then after a lovely home cooked dinner we would relax, have a few beers and balance out our hard work, the environment is so important to be creative and we had it good!”

Tracklisting:

1. I Don’t Need Your Loving

2. Taking The Blame

3. Tell Me Why

4. Read All About It

5. Change Is Coming

6. Making Me Pay

7. Hell Or High Water

8. No Good For You

9. I Got A Feeling

10. Black Magic

11. Faraway

12. High Class Woman

The album will be released as a standard CD and also as a Deluxe 2CD/DVD edition. The DVD will feature a previously unavailable live performance from Download Festival 2016 plus extra bonus content, including videos for forthcoming singles “I Don’t Need Your Loving” and “Taking The Blame”.

DVD content:

Live At Donington:

Until I Die, Breakaway, High Flying Gypsy, No Good For You, Holy Water, Warning, Unaware.

Special Features:

Inglorious EPK, Taking The Blame – Music Video, I Don’t Need Your Loving – Music Video, Behind The Scenes.

A vinyl release will also be made available through Frontiers Music Srl partners Soulfood.

2nd Feb 2017 – USA, Tampa Bay, Monster Of Rock Cruise

25th Feb 2017 – UK, Poole, Planet Rock’s Winters End Festival HEADLINE

16th June 2017 – FRANCE, Clisson, Hellfest Festival

18th June 2017 – BELGIUM, Dessel, Graspop Festival

22nd June 2017 – DENMARK, Copenhagen Festival

24th June 2017 – SPAIN, Vitoria, Azkena Rock Festival 2017

19th August 2017 – UK, Tilford, Weyfest Festival

The band have also announced the departure of album guitarist Wil Taylor right after the end of the new album’s recording. They are delighted to announce that for 2017 and moving forward they are reuniting with original member Drew Lowe on guitar, who is joining the band as a permanent member. Full details here: https://youtu.be/bwJxrcbetxo

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UNCLE SID new song ‘Horns Up!’

Canadian rockers Uncle Sid have released a new song, ‘Horns Up!’ which is a tribute to the late, great Ronnie James Dio.What’s even better is that it is a free download 🙂 Plenty of rocking guitar on this one and worthy of a listen.

Check out more on the band on their Facebook page.

 

VOODOO VEGAS new video and tour dates

Voodoo Vegas release Long Time Gone Video, second single from Freak Show Candy Floss and announce dates including Hard Rock Hell AOR.
South coast rockers Voodoo Vegas have released their 2nd single from their sophomore album ‘Freak Show Candy Floss’ entitled Long Time Gone. Filmed in 5 different countries across Europe including Portugal, Slovenia and Germany. Long Time Gone showcases what Voodoo Vegas do best, playing live and creating energy with an audience.
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Lead singer Lawrence Case says “last year was the best touring year Voodoo Vegas has ever had, we traveled further and played to more people than ever before. We wanted to capture that and show everyone the energy we create when we play live, Long Time Gone is about touring and the time we spend on the road, so it’s the perfect song to go with the video”.
Voodoo Vegas have also announced a load of dates including a slot at Hard Rock Hell AOR, dates as follows this March.
28/01/2017 – TAVISTOCK – The Wharf – UK
04/02/2017 – STOKE – Eleven – UK
11/02/2017 – HEARTFORD – Corn Exchange – UK
18/02/2017 – OXFORD – The Wheatsheaf- UK
25/02/2017 – TOTNES – Unit 23 – UK
10/03/2017 – PWLLHELI  – Hard Rock Hell AOR – UK
17/03/2017 – BASINGSTOKE- The Sanctuary- UK
18/03/2017 – LONDON – Boston Music Room – UK
08/04/2017 – BRISTOL – The Tunnels- UK
13/04/2017 – WESTCLIFF ON SEA – The Venue – UK
14/04/2017 – MASSMECHELEN- Rock Café Jan Hertog – Belgium
15/04/2017 – KOBLENZ– Florinsmarkt – Germany
06/05/2017 – WOLVERHAMPTON- Slade Rooms – UK
13/05/2017 – BOURNEMOUTH – The Cellar Bar – UK

New Music – NIGHT RANGER & HOUSE OF LORDS

New releases this Friday are mainly scary metal ones by Grave Digger, Sepultura and Kreator. However, up on Spotify are some new songs including this rocky little number of the forthcoming Night Ranger album ‘Don’t Let Up’, due on Frontiers in May.

Plus House Of Lords have released their new song, ‘Oceans Divide’ ahead of their new album ‘Saint Of The Lost Souls’ which is released on Frontiers on March 24. Sounds pretty decent and glad to her the keyboards are being used more than on recent HOL albums.

New music – THE DEAD SOUTH

This one came up on the recommended for you bar on YouTube. A nice bit of catchy bluegrass and the four piece have a neat line in harmonies, plus who plays a cello like a guitar?! Their debut album was released in October last year.

Lemmy statue in Stoke update

Stoke-on-Trent council have approved a Lemmy statue and as can be seen below work is forging ahead on it. You can keep up to date on this and the fundraising campaign to fund this and other statues of Lemmy below.

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‘Sculptors Steven and Corey Whyte starting work on the life size statue of Lemmy.

Sculptor Corey Whyte travelled from Stoke-on-Trent last month to start sculpting the international memorial statue of Motörheads lead singer, Lemmy Kilmister at his fathers studio in Carmel, California.

The finish bronze will make its way to Stoke-on-Trent later this year when all the funding is in place. Further bronze copies of Whyte’s statue of Lemmy are going to be made available to Motörhed Fan Clubs around the world for installing in their local town and cities.

Stay tuned and rock on!’

https://www.facebook.com/StokeStatues/

New music – HUNTER AND THE BEAR

I must say the Spotify New Release Radar playlist does target your listening habits very well. This band, Hunter and the Bear, popped up last week with their new single ‘Won’t You Ever Come Home’, taken off their forthcoming debut album due in May this year. Remind me of Empire Circus and the Dunwells. The other singles they have available are worth investigating.

https://www.hunterandthebear.co.uk/

11th May Electric Circus Edinburgh

12th May The Tolbooth Stirling

13th May ABC 2 Glasgow

18th May The Ironworks Inverness

19th May Village Hall Ullapool

20th May An Lanntair Stornoway

25th May The Tunnels Aberdeen

26th May The British Legion Shetland