Inglorious Release A Series Of Videos Throughout Early 2018

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Inglorious Release A Series Of Videos Throughout Early 2018

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Inglorious are set to release a host of live videos, taken from their acoustic session, recorded at YouTube Space London.

Last week the band released: “Until I Die”

Today the band released – “Making Me Pay”

 

Main Support To Steel Panther In January 2018
Further Dates Announced

Following a sold out UK and Eire tour in October 2017 – culminating in a sold out night at London’s Electric Ballroom on the 20th October, Inglorious are pleased to announce they are returning to the road with Steel Panther in 2018 – having supported the band across Europe in 2016. Inglorious will be main support at the following UK dates:

Sat 20th Jan                Glasgow – O2 Academy  – sold out
Mon 22nd Jan             London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Tue 23rd Jan               Nottingham, Rock City
Wed 24th Jan             Manchester, O2 Apollo
Fri 26th Jan                 London, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith
Sat 27th Jan                Bristol, O2 Academy

Tickets are on sale now from all usual outlets and priced £35 + booking fee. London price is
£40.50 + booking fee.

The band recorded a video message here:

Fresh from entering the UK Rock Charts at No 1 and UK Album Chart at 22 (“Inglorious II” released 12th May 2017), the band completed an extraordinary 2017 with a SOLD OUT headline show at Londons Electric Ballroom.

Produced by the band and mixed by the legendary Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith), “Inglorious II” further enhances 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. Inglorious are one of the most exciting and vital UK rock acts to emerge in years.

The album is available as a standard CD and also as a Deluxe CD/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”. A vinyl release is also available through Frontiers Music Srl partners Soulfood.

Band Store: https://store.inglorious.com/
Amazon: http://radi.al/IngloriousIIAmazon
iTunes: http://radi.al/IngloriousIIiTunes
Google Play: http://radi.al/IngloriousIIGooglePlay

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Praise For No 1 UK Rock Charting Inglorious II Album:

UK quintet serve up a second helping of thunderous classic rock. Inglorious’ second full-length effort definitely warrants place in your collection next to your 70’s classics” 4/5 Kerrang! magazine

Nathan James is one of the best rock singers of his generation, his band arguably the great white hope of British rock” – Planet Rock Magazine

Soon to be classic album. This is pure class from a band growing in maturity, ability and craft” 10/10 Powerplay Album Of The Month

(Inglorious are) emulating the great rock acts of the 70’s and 80’s” – Classic Rock magazine

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

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