New Model Army announce the release of album ‘Between Dog and Wolf’ and European tour

New Model Army announce the release of album ‘Between Dog and Wolf’ and European tour

New Model Army, have announced the title of their hotly anticipated 12th Studio album. The self-produced set was finished earlier this year in Los Angeles with Joe Barresi mixing, (Soundgarden, Queens of the Stone Age, Tool) Whilst New Model Army have always been noted for encompassing a wide variety of musical ‘styles’, the record still marks a major evolution in their sound.

Entitled “Between Dog and Wolf” the album is filled with multi-layered drums and atmospheric musical textures while sacrificing none of the band’s famous passion and song-writing skills. The album is scheduled for release in September.

Says founder, lead Singer and main songwriter Justin Sullivan
“After a series of purist ‘rock-band-in-a-room’ albums over the last eight years, we felt it was time to do something a bit different and sonically this is the best album we’ve ever made. The title comes from a medieval French expression for dusk – when it’s hard to distinguish between dog and wolf, friend or foe. That sense of contradiction represents the band very well and there’s also something of this sense of transformation in the album”.

A feature-film documentary on the history of the band directed by Royal Television Society Award winning Director Matt Reid, which has been over 3 years in the making, is in the final stages of editing for release in September, coinciding with the album.

To celebrate its release the band are proud to announce their biggest tour since the 30th anniversary shows. “It’s always good to be back on the road – and the current atmosphere in the band is the most hungry and upbeat that I can remember. We’re really looking forward to this.”

Between Dog and Wolf European Tour – Part 1:

1st – Münster Jovel
2nd – Hamburg Markthalle
3rd – Berlin Huxleys
4th – Hannover Capitol
5th – Rostock Mau
6th – Gdansk B90
8th – Warsaw Proxima
9th – Krakow Kwadrat
10th – TBC
12th – Dresden Beatpol
13th – Prague Lucerna
14th – Budapest A38
15th – Vienna Szene
17th – Darmstadt Centralstation
18th – Nürnberg Lowenzaal
19th – Stuttgart LKA
20th – Munich Backstage
22nd – Zürich Komplex 457
23rd – Geneve L’Usine
24th – Lyon Kao
25th – Barcelona Music Hall
26th – Valencia Rock City
27th – Madrid Caracol

12th – AberdeenGarage
13th – Glasgow Garage
14th – Leeds Acadamy
15th – Buckley Tivoli
16th – Manchester Ritz
17th – Bilston Robin 2
19th – Cambridge Junction
20th – Frome Cheese and Grain
21st – Falmouth Princess Pavilion
22nd – Brighton Concord
23rd – London Forum
28th – Larissa Mylos
29th – Thessoloniki Block33
30th – Athens Gagarin205

14th – Nottingham Rock City
19th – Paris Divan du Monde
20th – Paris Divan du Monde
21st – Köln Palladium
22nd – Amsterdam Melkweg

Tickets are on sale from venues now

The band have announced that there will be a limited number of season tickets for the UK and German portions of the tour as we have done previously . Details to follow shortly direct at NMA.

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Phil Newall is 47, from The Wirral - he earns his living not writing about music nor playing music...though sorely wishes he could. He was fortunate enough to see many of the first generation punk bands when they played the U18's matinee shows at Eric's, Liverpool. As an attendee at Eric's he was exposed to punk rock, dub reggae, art rock, and all manner of weirdness; as a customer at Probe Records he was variously served and scowled at by Pete Wylie and Pete Burns - he has written for Record Collector, Whisperin & Hollerin, and Spiral Scratch and wanted to write a book detailing the Liverpool punk scene; however with 'Head-On' Julian Cope beat him to it...and frankly did a much better job.



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