Deep Purple announce new album Whoosh! with 2020 European tour

Deep Purple announces a new album ‘Whoosh!’ will release on June 12th, 2020. Also, they reveal the 2020 European tour.

The rock legends upcoming album it marks they work again producer Bob Ezrin. He also produced 2017’s album InFinite and 2013’s album Now What?!. Now they with this announcement embarking on a  five-date U.K. tour in October with the legendary rock band Blue Öyster Cult. Today with the new statement release from the band, their motto while the new album recording season was: “Deep Purple is putting the Deep back into Purple.”

Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover told in 2019’s fall the Chicago Sun-Times about the new album:

“We’ve been working a bit. There are a few things around, we don’t know yet what’s, where, or when, but we’ve not stopped yet. There’s a danger, of course, if you’ve become successful, that people want you to do the same thing and be successful all over again and keep going, but it doesn’t work that way,” he added. “You can’t just simply repeat yourself.”

Also, guitarist Steve Morse added today:

“We’ve included everything that made the whole band smile, including Bob Ezrin. We’ve always enjoyed making music and having the incredible luxury of a loyal audience.”

Deep Purple kicked off an extensive European tour to accompany the new album ‘Whoosh!’ will be out on June 12, 2020, via on earMUSIC. In addition, this 2020 European tour begins in Moscow on May 31 and ends in Amsterdam on Oct 28.

Deep Purple 2020 European tour dates:


May 31: Moscow Megasport Ice Palace, Russia


03: Istanbul Lifepark, Turkey
06: Athens Rockwave Festival, Greece
20: Clisson HellFest, France
21: Dessel Graspop Metal Meeting, Belgium
24: Hamburg Stadtpark Freilichtbühne, Germany
25: Aalborg Skovdalen Open Air, Denmark
27: Oslo Tons of Rock Ekeberg, Norway
30: Paris Boulogne Billancourt La Seine Musicale, France


01: Nimes Festival De Nimes Les Arenes, France
03: Klam Clam Rock, Austria
04: Eisenstadt Lovely Days, Austria
06: Bologna Sonic Park, Italy
08: Sion sous Sion sous les étoiles, Switzerland
10: Bonn Kunst Rasen Granau, Germany


11: Rosenheim Rosenheim Sommerfestival, Germany
14: Halle (Saale) Freilichtbühne Peißnitz, Germany
15: Mainz Open Air Volkspark Mainz, Germany
17: St Julien en Genevois Guitare en Scene Festival, France
18: Brombach Lieder Am See, Germany
20: Carcassone Festival De Carcassone Theatre Jean Deschamps, France
22: Lörrach Stimmen Festival, Germany
24: Colmar Festival De La Foire Aux Vins de Colmar Parc Des expositions, France


26: Stockholm Hovet Ice Hall, Sweden
27: Gothenburg Partille Arena, Sweden
29: Copenhagen Royal Arena, Denmark


02: Manchester Manchester Arena, UK
03: London O2, UK
05: Glasgow Hydro, UK
06: Leeds FD Arena, UK
08: Birmingham Arena. UK
10: Luxembourg Rockhal, Luxembourg
13: Berlin Max Schmeling Halle, Germany
14: Lodz Atlas Arena, Poland
16: Stuttgart Schleyer-Halle, Germany
17: Oberhausen KP Arena, Germany
19: Milan Forum, Italy
20: Zurich Hallenstadion, Switzerland
22: Lille Zenith, France
24: Dijon Zenith, France
26: Clermont Ferrand Zenith D’Auvergne, France
28: Amsterdam Ziggo Dome, The Netherlands

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