INGLORIOUS – Non-Stop Touring, New Album (News)


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After racking up a multitude of glowing reviews for this year’s self-titled debut album, British hard rockers INGLORIOUS recently stormed Download Festival and proved what others who had seen them play live before already knew: they put on an AMAZING live show.

After playing to what the crew said looked like 15,000 people, we were high as a kite. No feeling or buzz I have ever had in my life will compete with that immense feeling of pride and happiness,” says frontman Nathan James. And indeed the crowd definitively seemed to adore what the band offered.

In related news, the band has recently announced that they intend to get busy writing songs for their sophomore album, which will be recorded in August for a release pencilled in on Frontiers Music Srl schedule in Spring 2017. Musically, you can expect the logical follow-up to the widely acclaimed debut while the band pushes themselves forward.

INGLORIOUS have a busy touring schedule in front of them including Festival appearances, a European tour supporting Steel Panther and some UK shows with Dead Daisies. The band will also participate in the 2017 Monsters Of Rock Cruise in February and are sketching out U.S. dates around that.

Look out for the future of British Rock, which has indeed arrived!

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Confirmed Dates:

25th June Biggar, Wildfire Fest

27th June promotional gig at Big Reds London, for Ramblin Man Fair

20th July Dublin, Academy Green Rooms (supporting Dead Daisies)

21st July Belfast, Limelight (supporting Dead Daisies)

23rd July Ramblin’ Man Fair

26th July Wolves, Slade rooms (supporting Dead Daisies)

27th July Bingley, Art Centre (supporting Dead Daisies)

7th August Lokerse Feesten, Belgium

21st August Weyfest Festival UK

10th September Raismes Festival, France

14th September Tampere, Finland, Pakkahoune (supporting Steel Panther)

15th September Helsinki, Finland, The Circus (supporting Steel Panther)

17th September Stockholm, Sweden, Debaser Medis (supporting Steel Panther)

18th September Oslo, Norway, Scentrum Scene (supporting Steel Panther)

20th September Copenhagen, Denmark, Vega (supporting Steel Panther)

21st September Aarhus, Denmark, Train (supporting Steel Panther)

24th September Warsaw, Poland, Progresja (supporting Steel Panther)

25th September Krakow, Poland, Kwadrat (supporting Steel Panther)

26th September Vienna, Austria, Gasometer (supporting Steel Panther)

28th September Milan, Italy, Alcatraz (supporting Steel Panther)

30th September Munich, Germany, Zenith (supporting Steel Panther)

1st October Berlin, Germany, Huxley’s (supporting Steel Panther)

2nd October Hamburg, Germany, Grosse Freiheit (supporting Steel Panther)

4th October Cologne, Germany, Palladium (supporting Steel Panther)

5th October Offenbach, Germany, Stadthalle (supporting Steel Panther)

7th October Stuttgart, Germany, Porsche Arena (supporting Steel Panther)

8th October Lille, France, Splendid (supporting Steel Panther)

9th October Paris, France, La Cigale (supporting Steel Panther)

11th October Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Rockhal (supporting Steel Panther)

12th October Brussels, Belgium, AB (supporting Steel Panther)

13th October Tilburg, Netherlands, O13 (supporting Steel Panther)

4th December UK, Planet Rock Stock Festival


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