InFinite is the highly anticipated follow up to their most recent worldwide chart topping album 2013’s NOW What?!, The tour that followed sold over a million tickets worldwide.
InFinite is classic Purple, 70’s swagger, roaring guitar riffs, that big fat Hammond organ and Ian Gillan’s instantly recognisable voice.
The bonus DVD of the album will include the 90+ minute documentary movie From Here To Infinite. Witnessing the songwriting process and the recording of the album with producer Bob Ezrin.
Allowing for the first time for the fans to be part of the private band member interactions in the studio.
Deep Purple have not yet answered, in fact, the many questions received by fans from all over the world who are speculating about the meaning of the title “inFinite” and “Long Goodbye”.
Ian Gillan has in fact declared:
“If you take it literally you may, quite reasonably, think the ‘Finite’ part of the word describes the life of Deep Purple, with a clear beginning and a nebulous end; but what of the ‘in’ bit? The word infinite is a three-dimensional double edged sword. It describes something that goes on forever in all directions; not unlike its temporal equivalent ‘Eternal’ What’s that all about?”
ABOUT DEEP PURPLE
With 120 million albums sold worldwide, they are one of the most loved British bands of all time.
Recently inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame, they have inspired and shaped the taste of generation of hard rock musicians and fans with milestone albums like In Rock & Machine Head which are essential chapters in rock music history. Their live album Made In Japan is often referred as one of the best (if not “the best” live album of all time.)
Ian Gillan, Roger Glover and Ian Paice have been part of the band since the classic “Mark II” era.
Completing the line up is Don Airey (this will be his fourth Purple and Don has played with many rock legends including Rainbow, Whitesnake, Gary Moore, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Collosseum II and many others) plus iconic axeman Steve Morse (who has now been in the band for over 20 years, releasing six studio albums with them).
With inFinite and it’s associated The Long Goodbye tour, Deep Purple are approaching a turning point? Are the band about to write the final chapter of their career?