If heavy metal was born, it was thanks to Led Zep, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. To evoke Deep Purple is to enter the history of hard rock with its most emblematic group. 47 years after its creation, the song “Smoke On The Water” remains the ultimate rock guitar classic, thanks to its brass riff designed by Ritchie Blackmore.
Few bands are able to cross the ages while continuing to record, to release albums, to play in concert. Active on stages around the world since 1968, Deep Purple is synonymous with hellish noise and electrified melodies. With singer Ian Gillan, bassist Roger Glover and drummer Ian Paice, three of its original members featured in the 1972 album Head Machine, Deep Purple is back for another tour. The Purple spares no effort to offer its fans the cocktail of powerful decibels and cult pieces that have built its saga, that of an unalterable group. Perhaps the last opportunity to find the heavy giants and shake their hair on the eternal riffs of a legendary group, Deep Purple.
Until the release of their new album Woosh! on August 7, discover the first extract entitled Throw My Bones.
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