Deep Purple have made their first promotional video in over twenty years with the horror spoof track 'Vincent Price' which is taken from their latest critically acclaimed album 'NOW What?!'
The video was filmed at the Berlin Dungeon and sees the band perform in the spooky surroundings with the band later turned into wax work models. It is the first Deep Purple promotional video since 'Love Conquers All' from the Joe Lynn Turner fronted line up of 1990. You can see the video below.
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The single 'Vincent Price' will be released on June 7th as download, CD single and 7" transparent vinyl. 'Vincent Price' will become a Purple collector's item, due to the inclusion of the song 'First Sign Of Madness', which was recorded during the 'NOW What?!' sessions but not included in the final selection.
7": Side A 'Vincent Price'/Side B 'First Sign Of Madness'
CD single and download
1) Vincent Price
2) First Sign Of Madness
3) The Well Dressed guitar
4) Wrong Man -- live (Both from the now deleted Rapture Of The Deep limited edition CD)
5) Vincent Price -- VIDEO
'NOW What?!', produced by Bob Ezrin, is Purple's highest charting album for the past 25 years hitting the Number 1 spot in Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Norway.
France # 19
UK#19 (first top 20 entry in 20 years)