|Deep Purple Album News|
2013-02-26 by Alex Newton | 30 Replies | 1616 Views
Hard rock pioneers Deep Purple have released new details about their upcoming 19th studio album. Now What?! is set to be released on April 26 (April 30 in USA), and is produced by Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, Kiss). The album will include 11 songs. Confirmed track titles include:
- "Hell to Pay"
- "All the Time in the World"
- "Uncommon Man"
- "Out of Hand"
- "Above and Beyond"
A double-sided single will be released on March 29 in CD and Vinyl format, featuring "Hell to Pay" and "All the Time in the World".
Hopefully this will be good.
agree....terrible title though, im already disappointed
That album title, lol
As much as I admire their work, this is gonna suck. Plus they're like 65 years old.
the album title is exactly how i feel about this band
Digging: Rx Bandits - Mandala
After an album title like "Bananas", I didn't think it could get better.
This will probably be bad
Digging: Anamanaguchi - Endless Fantasy
SMOKE ON THE WATER DUN DUN DUN DUN DUN DUN
Fitting album title
Digging: GIVE ME A HAND WITH THIS MACHINE GUN TO IGNITE IT IN YOUR AS - MILITARYGERALD COMMANDS ME TO DO SO I MUST
Digging: Lamb of God - As the Palaces Burn
This'll be almost as good as the new Hammerkill
I have a feeling that title may be an ironic joke at themselves. Will likely be 3 - 3.5 max, but I'll still check it.
Sweet lead by Morse.
In all honesty it would be worse if they named it In Rock or Fireball at this point of their career. They're a bunch of old dudes who are having a good time by making music which it's fine by me. Their last album "Rapture of the Deep" was great by the way.
Digging: Rotting Christ - Triarchy of The Lost Lovers
I hope this will be good. If the comeback album has the same quality fo the works made recently by van halen or daid bowie I will check this
it won't suck, these guys are too professional for that. but it's hard to get TOO excited about this...3.5 would be nice.
Digging: Carcass - Symphonies of Sickness
no jon lord = no deep purple
and you know it
jon lord WAS deep purple
RIP Jon. Deep Purple was Ritchie and Jon
Digging: Jaga Jazzist - What We Must
They still have Ian Paice you dumbs.
Deep Purple was Ritchie and Jon and Ian.
"RIP Jon. Deep Purple was Ritchie and Jon"
really mostly ritchie though. i think i can safely say that i have heard more deep purple than anyone on this site, as my dad plays them on the drums incessantly, mainly their 90's-present stuff, though. like many bands who lose their key member, i find it a joke that they still call themselves deep purple, but that's aside the point. ian gillan, in his late 60's, is frankly annoying to listen to, and although steve morse is a technical wizard, he couldn't write a song to save his life. "sometimes i feel like screaming" is okay, though, but that was off their first morse album from like 17 years ago at this point. everything on bananas and rapture of the deep is trash and the news that they're putting out another album for my dad to torture me with pains me.
honestly, i want people on this site to know how shitty this band's new material is. listen to "house of pain" off bananas for example, shit's unbearable.
Smoooooooooke on the Wattterrrrrrrr, Fire in the sky!
Still one of my all-time favorite tunes to blast in the Oval Office.
or "house of pain" off rapture of the deep. i dare anyone to get through that trash.
is this real life
Digging: Obliteration - Nekropsalms
I definitely won't hear it too soon. I still have to go through the rest of their stuff.
I realized I could appreciate Deep Purple without Ritchie Blackmore (RIP the Great Tommy Bolin), but not without Jon Lord. Sorry, guys. Call the band something else. It won't be Deep Purple.