Supported by Curran and Ali Clinton, Inglorious tore the roof off Islington Assembly Hall with tracks from their stunning début release.
Fortune favours the brave as they say and as we speak to Nathan via the universal medium of cellphone, he speculates, on his way home after buying the latest issue of Classic Rock magazine, as to why the press are going crazy for Inglorious right now.
Don’t know about you, but I get a royal pain in my face hearing of new, up and coming rock bands constantly been touted as “ the saviours of rock n roll“, or terms to that effect. All too often the statements turn out to be grossly wide off the mark, and the majority of the bands usually disappear up the arsehole of anonymity. The latest band to be given that said treatment is Inglorious, who have been called “the future of British rock“.
Frontiers Music Srl are pleased to announce the debut album from Britain’s highly anticipated and freshest new Hard Rock band INGLORIOUS. The self-titled, 11-track album will be released on Friday, February 19, 2016.