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INGLORIOUS Release Lyric Video For ‘Change Is Coming’ Track
August 25th, 2017

British hard rock band Inglorious have released an official lyric video for the track ‘Change Is Coming’, which can be viewed below.

Inglorious issued second full-length studio album II on May 12th, 2017 through Frontiers Music Srl.

The outing was made available in the following formats: vinyl LP, standard edition CD and a deluxe edition CD / DVD. The latter also included an additional DVD disc featuring a live film of the band’s Download Festival performance at Donington Park in Derby, England on June 11th, 2016, as well as two music videos, an EPK (Electronic Press Kit) and behind-the-scenes footage. The EPK can be viewed below.

The album was mixed by Kevin Shirley.

The track listing is as follows:

Standard Edition

01. ‘I Don’t Need Your Loving’
02. ‘Taking The Blame’
03. ‘Tell Me Why’
04. ‘Read All About It’
05. ‘Change Is Coming’
06. ‘Making Me Pay’
07. ‘Hell Or High Water’
08. ‘No Good For You’
09. ‘I Got A Feeling’
10. ‘Black Magic’
11. ‘Faraway’
12. ‘High Class Woman’

Deluxe Edition with Bonus DVD

Disc 1 – CD

01. ‘I Don’t Need Your Loving’
02. ‘Taking The Blame’
03. ‘Tell Me Why’
04. ‘Read All About It’
05. ‘Change Is Coming’
06. ‘Making Me Pay’
07. ‘Hell Or High Water’
08. ‘No Good For You’
09. ‘I Got A Feeling’
10. ‘Black Magic’
11. ‘Faraway’
12. ‘High Class Woman’

Disc 2 – Bonus DVD

INGLORIOUS LIVE AT DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL ENGLAND 2016

01. ‘Until I Die’
02. ‘Breakaway’
03. ‘High Flying Gypsy’
04. ‘No Good For You’
05. ‘Holy Water’
06. ‘Warning’
07. ‘Unaware’

SPECIAL FEATURES

08. Inglorious Epk
09. ‘Taking The Blame’ (Music Video)
10. ‘I Don’t Need Your Loving’ (Music Video)
11. Behind The Scenes

Inglorious’ line-up is as follows:

Nathan James (vocals)
Drew Lowe (guitar)
Andreas Zäta Eriksson (guitar)
Colin Parkinson (bass)
Phil Beaver (drums)

Music videos were filmed for the tracks ‘I Don’t Need Your Loving’ and ‘Taking The Blame’. In addition, official lyric videos were created for the songs ‘Read All About It’ and ‘Hell Or High Water’. All four clips can be viewed below.

The band’s self-titled debut studio record was released in February 2016.

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