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23rd January 2018


MetalTalk Band Of The Year 2017, Inglorious, will play Download this year with a Main Stage appearance now confirmed for Sunday 10th June at Donington Park.

Inglorious last played Download in 2016 and you can see what happened right here, as well as seeing what frontman Nathan James had to say about what was a momentous occasion.

Download tickets are on sale now and available right here. Ozzy Osbourne, Gus N' Roses and Avenged Sevenfold headline with Bullet For My Valentine, Marilyn Manson, Black Stone Cherry, Kreator, DragonForce and many, many more also confirmed.


Inglorious are returning to the road with Steel Panther in 2018 following a sold out UK and Ireland tour in October 2017 which culminated in a sold out night at London's Electric Ballroom. Having supported Steel Panther across Europe in 2016, Inglorious will again be main support at the following UK dates.

Saturday 20th January: Glasgow – O2 Academy
Monday 22nd January: London, Shepherd's Bush Empire
TuesdAY 23rd January: Nottingham, Rock City
Wednesday 24th January: Manchester, O2 Apollo
Friday 26th January: London, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith
Saturday 27th January: Bristol, O2 Academy

Tickets are on sale now and available right here

The band recorded a video message which you can see here:

Inglorious are set to release a host of live videos throughout 2018, taken from their acoustic session, recorded at YouTube Space in London. The band have already released 'Until I Die' and 'Making Me Pay' and now, 'Breakaway' is available and you can see all three videos right here.

Inglorious entered the UK Rock Charts at No 1 and UK Album Chart at 22 for 'Inglorious II' which was released 12th May 2017.

Produced by the band and mixed by the legendary Kevin Shirley (Led Zeppelin, Iron Maiden, Aerosmith), 'Inglorious II' further enhances the standing of this remarkable band. From the body blow riffs of 'Read All About It' to the beautiful melodies of first single 'I Don't Need Your Loving', from the groove of 'High Class Woman' to the classic feeling ballad 'Making Me Pay', this is an album that shows the bands influences stem from iconic rock'n'roll shrine from the 1970s – many years before the band members were born – merged with a truly contemporary feel.


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