|New Uriah Heep album|
2011-02-27 by Magnus Altkula STAFF | 29 Replies | 2868 Views
Uriah Heep will release their 23rd studio album, titled Into The Wild, on April 15th in Europe and on May 3rd in North America via Frontiers Records.
01. Nail On The Head
02. I Can See You
03. Into The Wild
04. Money Talk
05. Trail Of Diamonds
08. Southern Star
09. I'm Ready
10. T-bird Angel
11. Kiss Of Freedom
Cover art: http://www.uriah-heep.com/newa/index.67.jpg
Only song I've heard by these guys is "Lady In Black" which is pretty awesome.
Digging: Kalmah - Seventh Swamphony
"23rd studio album"
Holy crap, that's a lot of albums.
i have "Demons & Wizards" and "The Magician's Birthday." both are really good. havent listened to the other 21 albums lol
release it next week you pussies
these guys rule
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Cool news. Only heard Demons and Wizards, but that album is fantastic.
I really like this band, but I can't say I've kept up with anything they've done since the '70s.
23 albums is a lot to keep up with
THIS IS A THING I'VE NEVER KNOWN BEFORE IT'S CALLED EAAASY LIVIN'
What I've heard of their 70's work is great, just for curiosity's sake I might see what these old geezers are capable of in the current millenium.
Digging: Razor - Evil Invaders
what? holy awesome. I've only heard "Demons and Wizards" but it's one of the best early prog albums
"i have "Demons & Wizards" and "The Magician's Birthday." both are really good. havent listened to the other 21 albums lol"
I love me some Uriah Heep. Return to Fantasy is by far my favorite song of theirs.
I can't remember really. It's been too long.
easy fuckin living
Rock and Roll can never die.
but still the rock will be there
Yeah, to see them back in the day with Byron would have been amazing I'm sure.
Their most important members were Box, Byron and Hensley. Only the first is still part of the current band, too bad. Byron died a good 20 years ago.
None of those three people get the credit as innovators that they deserve. A shame really.
''Yeah, to see them back in the day with Byron would have been amazing I'm sure''
Yeah Byron was the man. But sadly alcohol had the last word and ruined it all.
As it did for many (Bon Scott is the first that also comes to mind).
Too many stars have fallen because of drug/alcohol abuse especially in the 70's
People who don't like Uriah Heep like it in the bum-bum
whoa these are still goin?
this was one of the first serious bands that my dad introduced me to when I was a kid (aside from stuff on oldies stations i.e. Beach Boys and Beatles)
Digging: The National - Trouble Will Find Me
Band is the definition of underrated
First saw heep back in 74 and going to see them tonight in Melbourne. Still a great band have followed them since 70 and cant wait to have the new album if it's anything like Wake the sleeper it will be fantastic