12th August 2019


British hard rockers Inglorious are renowned for having one of the best vocalists in the business - and now there's a chance for you to share the stage.

Frontman Nathan James wants to hear your version of the epic 'I Don't Know You', taken from the recent album, 'Ride To Nowhere', released earlier this year on Frontiers Records. The song was described in MetalTalk's review as follows:

"‘I Don’t Know You’ is the high point of the album, featuring Gypsy Heart’s Heather Leoni who also co-wrote the track, two stunning vocalists together in a dream pairing. The soulful heart-rending tale of betrayal and loss is an ear worm that will stay with you for days, and will give ‘Holy Water’ a run for the leading Inglorious power ballad."

So, if you think you have what it takes to do the song justice, read on.

The winner will get 2 free VIP passes to an Inglorious show on the UK or European tour later this year, they will also get to perform 'I Don't Know You' with the band live on stage at the gig following a rehearsal at the sound check earlier that day.

All you have to do is record yourself singing the chorus of 'I Don't Know You' acapella, or accompanied by yourself/someone else. Do not sing along with the CD. Please note it must be in the original key of the song which is F# minor.

Upload the video to Facebook, YouTube, Twitter or Instagram (or all four!) using the hashtag #inglorious and #nathanjames and the band will make a shortlist that will be put to a public vote via Facebook poll.

Nathan tells us: "Warm up ya voice, sing with passion, and just enjoy it...singing is fun". Here he is with all the details:

The closing date for the competition is 1st September 2019. Following the poll, winners will be contacted to confirm the location. Please note the prize does not include travel to the venue.

Here's the video for the original song, and all tour dates are below:

Inglorious UK and Europe tour dates:







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