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Magnum Announce New Album and Tour


10-24-2021

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(Freeman) Magnum have announced that they will be releasing their new album, "The Monster Roars" on January 14, 2022 and have revealed dates for a major tour of Europe next spring.

We were sent the following details: But there will be new music from the band this year: guitarist Tony Clarkin, singer Bob Catley and their comrades in arms Rick Benton (keyboards), Dennis Ward (bass) and Lee Morris (drums) have already announced a couple of singles:

With the forthcoming 'I Won't Let You Down' (including lyric video), out on 12 November 2021, Magnum present a typically deep melodic mid tempo song featuring a memorable chorus with stylish string accompaniment for added lustre. This will be followed five weeks later, on 17 December 2021, by a second pre-release track, 'No Steppin' Stones', also including a lyric video.

'The Monster Roars' features twelve new songs in total, with a few little surprises thrown in! On top of the regular disc, Magnum are releasing a limited box set with three extra bonus tracks, including a new version of 'Days Of No Trust', the opener of the 1988 album classic 'Wings Of Heaven', a new remastered version of 'Sweets For My Sweet', the very first single of their career from 1975, and a previously unreleased track from the same era. And from March 2022, the band will finally be returning to Europe for a major tour (see below for dates).

Tracklisting:


1. The Monster Roars 3:57
2. Remember 5:05
3. All You Believe In 5:01
4. I Won't Let You Down 3:57
5. The Present Not The Past 5:27
6. No Steppin' Stones 3:57
7. That Freedom Word 4:52
8. Your Blood Is Violence 6:44
9. Walk The Silent Hours 4:51
10. The Day After The Night Before 4:23
11. Come Holy Men 5:01
12. Can't Buy Yourself Heaven 5:00

Magnum Live 2022:


28.03. UK-Cambridge - Junction
29.03. UK-Norwich - Waterfront
30.03. UK-London - Islington Assembly Hall
31.03. UK-Birmingham - Symphony Hall
03.04. UK-Southampton - Engine Rooms
04.04. UK-Cardiff - Tramshed
17.04. NL-Weert - De Bosuil
18.04. DE-Frankfurt - Batschkapp (with Gotthard)
19.04. DE-Furth - Stadthalle (with Gotthard)
20.04. DE-Hannover - Capitol (with Gotthard)
22.04. DE-Singen - Stadthalle (with Gotthard)
23.04. DE-Balingen - Volksbankmesse (with Gotthard)
24.04. DE-Regensburg - Airport Obertraubling (with Gotthard)
26.04. DE-Munich - Tonhalle (with Gotthard)
27.04. DE-Cologne - Carlswerk (with Gotthard)
28.04. DE-Stuttgart - Im Wizemann
29.04. CH-Pratteln - Z7
01.05. CZ-Prague - Club Storm
02.05. DE-Hamburg - Edel Optics Arena (with Gotthard)
03.05. DE-Berlin - Tempodrom (with Gotthard)
05.05. IT-Milan - Legend
06.05. DE-Saarbrucken - Garage (with Gotthard)
07.05. DE-Schwalmstadt - Die Schwalm Rockt!
08.05. DE-Bremen - Pier II (with Gotthard)
10.05. SE-Gothenburg - Pustervik
11.05. NO-Oslo - Vulkan
12.05. SE-Huskvarna - Folkets Park
13.05. SE-Stockholm - Fryshuset Klubben
14.05. SE-Karlstad - Nojesfabriken
16.05. SE-Malmo - Babel
09.09. UK-Belfast - Limelight 1
10.09. IE-Dublin - Voodoo Lounge
12.09. UK-Glasgow - Garage
13.09. UK-Sheffield - Leadmill
14.09. UK-Nottingham - Rock City
16.09. UK-Holmfirth - Picturedome
17.09. UK-Manchester - Academy 2

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