URIAH HEEP – Live In Armenia: Releases In North America, September 27th, 2011 on Frontiers Records


URIAH HEEP – On September 27th, 2011, the 14th live album from Rock & Hard Rock legends Uriah Heep will be released in North America on Frontiers Records. Live In Armenia (2 CD & 1 DVD) showcases 15 Uriah Heep classics, a live album that demonstrates both the long-lasting reverence fans have for both song and band. From the Classic Rock staple of Easy Livin’ to Wake The Sleeper, the deep and influential catalog of tracks are represented and played with Hard Rockin’ pride on Live In Armenia by a Rock historic band that never says die.

Founding member and guitarist Mick Box has his band on full-throttle, with their 23rd studio album Into The Wild having been released (to a bounty of critical praise) on May 3rd, 2011 in North America via Frontiers Records.

* A September 23rd release date in Europe is slated for Live In Armenia.

* Watch the trailer for URIAH HEEP – Live In Armenia below!

URIAH HEEP:

Bernie Shaw – vocals

Mick Box – guitar

Trevor Bolder – bass

Russell Gilbrook – drums

Phil Lanzon – keyboards

LIVE IN ARMENIA – Track Listing:

CD One:

Wake The Sleeper

Overload

Tears Of The World

Stealin’

Book Of Lies

Gypsy

Look At Yourself

What Kind Of God

Angels Walk With You

CD Two:

Shadow

July Morning

Easy Livin’

Sunrise

Sympathy

Lady In Black

DVD Tracks:

Wake The Sleeper

Overload

Tears Of The World

Stealin’

Book Of Lies

Gypsy

Look At Yourself

What Kind Of God

Angels Walk With You

Shadow

July Morning

Easy Livin’

Sunrise

Sympathy

Lady In Black

* For more info on URIAH HEEP, click on the link below:

URIAH HEEP – THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE

LONG LIVE URIAH HEEP.

Stone.

3 Responses to “URIAH HEEP – Live In Armenia: Releases In North America, September 27th, 2011 on Frontiers Records”

  1. I regret never having listened to Uriah Heep back in my younger days.

    • metalodyssey Says:

      I first was introduced to the legendary Uriah Heep back around 1982 when I heard “Easy Livin” on the FM radio show called “Metal Shop”. 🙂

      I then ran out to a department store called “Bradlees” and bought a greatest hits cassette of Uriah Heep. “Abominog” and “Head First” were my first two real studio albums I bought from them… at the same department store too. \m/

  2. I remeber Bradlees, some of my friends used to work at our local one. The store now lies empty but was still there the Ilast time I visited. I’ll have to check out some Uriah Heep, I guess it’s true you’re never too old

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