By AtticaRageHQ, Oct 19 2017 01:50PM
Attica Rage release new single ‘Lost In Memory’ on 23 October 2017 via Off Yer Rocka Recordings. The digital release includes an acoustic mix bonus track and is accompanied by a video directed by James Mackenzie of Soundshape Productions and Suzanne McAleer.
Lost In Memory is about the confusion, isolation, deterioration and fragility caused by Alzheimer’s Disease. Although written from a first-person point-of-view, the song lyrics and video storyline are based on real-life experiences of Jonny and Richie’s family relatives who sadly died this year with the disease and, as such, makes the song one of the band’s most personal to date.
In related news, the 2012 feature-length Attica Rage documentary and live concert film ‘Road Dog Forever’ (filmed over the two-year period of writing, recording and touring band’s second album ‘Road Dog’) is now available to watch online on Amazon Prime.
Following their summer shows headlining the Iron Maiden Official Trooper Party and supporting Steve Harris’ British Lion in Glasgow, Attica Rage will play their last headline show of 2017 at Embers in Carlisle on Friday 17 November, with support from Cobolt Collision and StormCrowe – tickets are available from www.seetickets.com.
Plans for 2018 include a live album and a brand new studio album as well as a live schedule of tour dates. Attica Rage have already been confirmed to appear at the HRH Metal festival weekender in Birmingham in February 2018 with Alestorm and Grave Digger plus a return visit to Ibiza, Spain in May for the HRH Road Trip with Turisas, Eclipse and Graham Bonnet and more festivals and tour dates are planned for throughout the year.
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