Whoosh! Deep Purple announce new studio album.

Following the successful albums “inFinite” (2017) and “NOW What?!” (2013), Deep Purple has once more worked with producer Bob Ezrin. “Whoosh!”, the band’s 21st studio album, is slated to be released on June 12th via earMusic/Playground.

Now featuring founding drummer Ian Paice (1968–76, 1984–present), bassist Roger Glover (1969–73, 1984–present), vocalist Ian Gillan (1969–73, 1984–89, 1992–present), guitarist Steve Morse (1994–present) and keyboardist Don Airey (2001–present), Ezrin (Kiss, Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, etc.) invited the band to Nashville to write and record new songs, creating a most versatile album together.

“Whoosh!” will be available as limited CD+DVD mediabook (including the one-hour feature “Roger Glover And Bob Ezrin In Conversation” and, for the first time, the full live performance at Hellfest 2017 as video), 2LP+DVD edition, limited boxset and digital.

1. “Throw My Bones”
2. “Drop The Weapon”
3. “We’re All The Same In The Dark”
4. “Nothing At All”
5. “No Need To Shout”
6. “Step By Step”
7. “What The What”
8. “The Long Way Round”
9. “The Power Of The Moon”
10. “Remission Possible”
11. “Man Alive”
12. “And The Address”
13. “Dancing In My Sleep”

 

 

Deep Purple will embark on a full European tour starting in late May. They’ll also promote the album release by embarking on a five-date U.K. tour in October with special guests Blue Öyster Cult.

Confirmed dates:

May 31 – Moscow – Megasport Ice Palace (RU)
Jun. 03 – Istanbul – Lifepark (TR)
Jun. 06 – Athens – Rockwave Festival (Terravibe Park) (GR)
Jun. 20 – Clisson – HellFest (FR)
Jun. 21 – Dessel – Graspop Metal Meeting (BE)
Jun. 24 – Hamburg – Stadtpark Freilichtbühne (DE)
Jun. 25 – Aalborg – Skovdalen (Open Air) (DK)
Jun. 27 – Oslo – Tons of Rock Ekeberg (NO)
Jun. 30 – Paris (Boulogne Billancourt) – La Seine Musicale (FR)
Jul. 01 – Nimes – Festival De Nimes Les Arenes (FR)
Jul. 03 – Klam – Clam Rock (AT)
Jul. 04 – Eisenstadt – Lovely Days (AT)
Jul. 06 – Bologna – Bologna Sonic Park (IT)
Jul. 08 – Sion – Sion sous Sion sous les étoiles (CH)
Jul. 10 – Bonn – Kunst Rasen Granau (DE)
Jul. 11 – Rosenheim – Rosenheim Sommerfestival (DE)
Jul. 14 – Halle (Saale) – Freilichtbühne Peißnitz (DE)
Jul. 15 – Mainz – Open Air Volkspark Mainz (DE)
Jul. 17 – St Julien en Genevois – Guitare en Scene Festival (FR)
Jul. 18 – Brombach – Lieder Am See (DE)
Jul. 20 – Carcassone – Festival De Carcassone Theatre Jean Deschamps (FR)
Jul. 22 – Lörrach – Stimmen Festival (DE)
Jul. 24 – Colmar – Festival De La Foire Aux Vins De Colmar Parc Des Expositions (FR)
Jul. 26 – Stockholm – Hovet Ice Hall (SE)
Jul. 27 – Gothenburg – Partille Arena (SE)
Jul. 29 – Copenhagen – Royal Arena (DK)
Oct. 02 – Manchester – Manchester Arena (GB)
Oct. 03 – London – O2 (London) (GB)
Oct. 05 – Glasgow – Hydro (GB)
Oct. 06 – Leeds – FD Arena (GB)
Oct. 08 – Birmingham – Arena (Birmingham) (GB)
Oct. 10 – Luxembourg – Rockhal (LU)
Oct. 13 – Berlin – Max Schmeling Halle (DE)
Oct. 14 – Lodz – Atlas Arena (PL)
Oct. 16 – Stuttgart – Schleyer-Halle (DE)
Oct. 17 – Oberhausen – KP Arena (DE)
Oct. 19 – Milan – Forum (IT)
Oct. 20 – Zurich – Hallenstadion (CH)
Oct. 22 – Lille – Zenith (FR)
Oct. 24 – Dijon – Zenith (FR)
Oct. 26 – Clermont Ferrand – Zenith D’Auvergne (FR)
Oct. 28 – Amsterdam – Ziggo Dome (NL)

Whoosh! Deep Purple announce new studio album.

February 29, 2020

Deep Purple will embark on a full European tour starting in late May.

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