Until I Die

Inglorious is a Rock and Roll Band in the old style. 1970s style. This music would have been at home on a 1970s top 40 station. But then sometimes that is just what you want. (At least if you grew up in the 1970s, that is.)

This is what Music-News had to say about the album Inglorious II.

If what you are looking for is 21st Century rock then you’ll probably be unhappy. This is unashamed rock from the golden age. Hi-speed, heavy riffs and Nathan James vocals bellowed out with passion and real aggression. Think Deep Purple, Black Sabbath or Dio with elements of Iron Maiden and Trapeze.

The sad thing is that there is virtually no mention of them in the US music press. (Music-News is the European version of Rolling Stone. Sort of…Or maybe it’s the EU’s answer to Pitchfork…) But then I’ve thought the US Music industry is insane for a long time. Tremonti, (We’ll get to hear more of them!) a similar-sounding group from the US, had to sign with an Austrian record label, because US labels aren’t interested in anything different. Suits have no taste of their own, they can only follow the herd.

This is “Until I Die” by Inglorious from their 2017 album Inglorious. (YouTube. Browser Privacy Extensions. “Unavailable.” Use link above.)


10 thoughts on “Until I Die

    • I thought people would accuse me of being too cliche. Or maybe too derivative. But I do like this song.

      The point with these is to get people away from the same 25 songs that every “oldies” station plays over and over and over…

      If you like 1970s Rock and Roll, you can find new music that is similar, but you have to work at it a little bit.

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      • To be honest, I quit looking. I got a gift sub to spotify and I have been having a blast reconstructing the lp collection I started at 12. Switched up from 45s. :o) Also exploring other albums of my favorite bands, that I had never heard of. New old music.


      • If you start a “radio station” based on a song or a group, they will create a playlist. Be sure to click thumbs up for stuff you like and thumbs down for stuff you don’t.

        Pretty soon the system will figure out what you do and don’t like, and the playlists will get better. (Pandora does a better job, but I do have Spotify.)

        I like being able to download a bunch of music onto my phone while using WiFi, and then have hours of music I like in the car. That is the best part of the 21st Century.


      • I don’t care much for their recommendations, but I do love the download feature, since I’m usually out of range and off line.
        Just refound this album.


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