Massive Wagons to Release “Full Nelson” on 10 August 2018

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ALBUM: “FULL NELSON”

RELEASE DATE: 10TH AUGUST 2018

LIVE DATES THROUGHOUT 2018 INCLUDING DOWNLOAD AND AS SPECIAL GUEST TO BLACKBERRY SMOKE

 

 

Praise for the last album “Welcome To The World”

‘After eight years of scintillating live shows and two acclaimed studio albums, Lancashire feel-good rockers Massive Wagons are finally getting the widespread plaudits and exposure they truly deserve’ Planet Rock

 ‘There is a diversity to the sounds that make it more than just riff-hook and chorus fare’ Classic Rock

‘They are Volbeat, Airbourne, Rise Against and Guns n’ Roses – a very entertaining experience’ Metal Hammer

 

UK five-piece anthemic rock act Massive Wagons are thrilled to announce the worldwide release of their fourth album “Full Nelson” on August 10th, via sold-out Records (The Temperance Movement, Blackberry Smoke, Rival Sons).

Led by the charismatic frontman Baz Mills, Massive Wagons forthcoming record “Full Nelson” showcases the evolution of the band’s songwriting both sonically and lyrically. From the rock-driven opener “Under No Illusion” to the bluesy feel of “Sunshine Smile”, from the slower, passionate and heartfelt “Northern Boy” to the heavier “Robot (Trust In Me)”, this is an album of crafted songs and intense performance. “Robot (Trust In Me)” was also produced by Mike Exeter (Black Sabbath, Judas Priest).

Massive Wagons started 2018 with multiple sold out headline shows, including The Borderline in London. The band will continue to tour throughout the UK and Europe in 2018, and already have performances confirmed at Download Festival, Camden Rocks, Steelhouse, Boomtown and a sold-out special guest show with Blackberry Smoke – with more to follow.

Massive Wagons are Baz Mills – vocals, Adam Thistlethwaite – guitars, Stephen Holl – guitars, Alex Thistlethwaite – drums, and Adam ‘Bowz’ Bouskill – bass.

 

TRACKLIST

  1. Under No Illusion
  2. China Plates
  3. Billy Balloon Head
  4. Sunshine Smile
  5. Northern Boy
  6. Robot (Trust In Me)
  7. Back To The Stack
  8. Hate Me
  9. Last On The List
  10. Ballad Of Verdun Hayes
  11. Ratio
  12. Tokyo

 

TOUR DATES & FESTIVALS

Sat 2nd Jun              Camden Rocks Festival

Sat 9th Jun              Download Festival

Sun 24th Jun          Biggar Wildfire Festival

Sat 30th Jun            Holmfirth, The Picturedrome – special guest to Blackberry Smoke

Sun 15th Jul            Manchester SOS Festival

Sat 28th Jul             Pentrich Custom Rock n’ Blues Festival

Sun 29th Jul            Ebbw Vale Steelhouse Festival

Sat 4th Aug             Morecambe, The Platform

Sat 11th Aug           Boomtown Festival

Fri 24th Aug           Melbourne Reperfest

Sat 25th Aug           Newark Stone Deaf Festival

Sun 7th Oct            London New Cross Inn

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