PRISTINE Release Brand New Single

Album Available For Pre-Order: nblast.de/PristineRoadBackToRuin

Norway's finest rock outfit,  PRISTINE , has released the brand new track,  "Sinnerman" , as well as the accompanying music video. The track comes off the band's highly anticipated new album,   Road Back To Ruin  , and can be seen here:   https://youtu.be/yOgqCsR7SIQ    Commented singer and main songwriter  Heidi Solheim :  “We are very excited about releasing the first single from our upcoming album    Road Back To Ruin   ! The song '   Sinnerman   ' is the first track on the album and we wanted to have a different approach on this video than on our previous releases. Our video producer from Amodei Visual came up with a story filmed in a POV (point of view) perspective and we absolutely loved it! A fun idea and an unusual video for a rock band. The count down to the release date on April the 19th has begun!”      Road Back To Ruin   is slated for release on April 19, 2019 via  Nuclear Blast  and is now available for pre-order via this link:   http://nblast.de/PristineRoadBackToRuin    The fifth album by Norwegian rock band  PRISTINE  marks a point of evolution as well as diversification in their sound.  Heidi Solheim , Tromsö native and driving force behind the band, fuses musical as well as lyrical variety on the eleven songs that are   Road Back To Ruin   - despite the newly introduced variety this record is still unmistakably  PRISTINE .   The album title,   Road Back To Ruin  , according to the singer, came out of frustration. It's about social circumstances, in which opinions and values are shifting towards a certain direction. The separation from or the fear of "the others", being used by influential people to gain even more power. Distrust being spread and walls being built - things that have been done over and over in history and still society seems to be walking right into the same trap once again. People lacking nobleness and empathy, but are gaining hatred - something that  Heidi has feared. Hence the last line in the album's credits is:  “Take care of each other. Be generous, including and kind.”      Road Back To Ruin   was recorded at  Paradiso Studio  in Oslo, together with producer  Øyvind Gundersen  and technician  Christian Engfelt . The song  "Sinnerman"  was written during last year's tour - a real banger and the perfect opening track. The title track sounds massive and heavy, and the same can be said for  "Blind Spot"  which features an intro sung in Arabian by Syrian artist  Racha Rizk , followed by an almighty riff by  Espen Elverum Jacobsen , the band's secret weapon.  At the end of this broad musical spectrum there's  "Cause & Effect ," which features the  The Arctic Philharmonic  string orchestra and bears a certain  James Bond  feeling. The not so typical but amazing "Your Song ," was inspired by  NEIL YOUNG 's acoustic recordings.     Heidi Solheim ,  Espen Elverum Jacobsen  (guitar),  Gustav Eidsvik  (bass) and  Ottar Tøllefsen  (drums), as the core of the band, incorporate a wide variety of styles and influences with a great mutual musical understanding. Studio guests  Anders Oskal  and  Hansi Enzesperger  add a unique flourish in the form of a Hammond Organ.  2019 will see the band bring back rock to the clubs. After   Detoxing     (2012) and   No Regret   (2013) had only been released in Norway,   Reboot   was the first album to also see a release outside the band's home country. 2017,   Ninja   marked the debut for Nuclear Blast which is now followed by   Road Back To Ruin  .    PRISTINE   "Road Back To Ruin Tour " presented by:  Classic Rock, Eclipsed, Piranha, Kulturnews, Musix, Start Magazin und Rockantenne  03.05.2019 - DE Biberach, Abdera   + THE BREW  * 04.05.2019 - AT Dornbirn, Spielboden   + THE BREW  * 05.05.2019 - DE Tuttlingen, Stadthalle   + THE BREW  *  07.05.2019 - TBA + THE BREW  * 08.05.2019 - DE Chiemgau, Blues Club   + THE BREW  * 09.05.2019 - DE Augsburg, Spectrum   + THE BREW  * 10.05.2019 - DE Aschaffenburg, Colos Saal   + THE BREW  * 11.05.2019 - DE Bensheim, Rex   + THE BREW  * 13.05.2019 - DE Berlin, Musik & Frieden   + NI SALA**   14.05.2019 - DE Kiel, Orange Club   + NI SALA**   15.05.2019 - DE Hamburg, Knust   + NI SALA**   17.05.2019 - DE Oldenburg, Cadillac   + NI SALA**   18.05.2019 - DE Bückeburg, Schraubbar   + NI SALA**   19.05.2019 - DE Frankfurt/M., Nachtleben   + NI SALA**   20.05.2019 - DE München, Backstage   + NI SALA**   21.05.2019 - DE Köln, Yard Club   + NI SALA**   23.05.2019 - DE Oberhausen, Zentrum Altenberg   + NI SALA**   24.05.2019 - DE Lichtenfels, Paunchy Cats   + NI SALA**   25.05.2019 - DE Osnabrück, Westwerk   + NI SALA**   21.06.2019 - DE Netphen-Deuz, Freak Valley Festival*** *  PRISTINE supporting   ** PRISTINE headlining   *** PRISTINE only     Order your copy of   Road Back To Ruin   via this link:   http://nblast.de/PristineRoadBackToRuin    

Norway's finest rock outfit, PRISTINE, has released the brand new track, "Sinnerman", as well as the accompanying music video. The track comes off the band's highly anticipated new album, Road Back To Ruin, and can be seen here: https://youtu.be/yOgqCsR7SIQ

Commented singer and main songwriter Heidi Solheim“We are very excited about releasing the first single from our upcoming album Road Back To Ruin! The song 'Sinnerman' is the first track on the album and we wanted to have a different approach on this video than on our previous releases. Our video producer from Amodei Visual came up with a story filmed in a POV (point of view) perspective and we absolutely loved it! A fun idea and an unusual video for a rock band. The count down to the release date on April the 19th has begun!” 

Road Back To Ruin is slated for release on April 19, 2019 via Nuclear Blast and is now available for pre-order via this link: http://nblast.de/PristineRoadBackToRuin

The fifth album by Norwegian rock band PRISTINE marks a point of evolution as well as diversification in their sound. Heidi Solheim, Tromsö native and driving force behind the band, fuses musical as well as lyrical variety on the eleven songs that are Road Back To Ruin - despite the newly introduced variety this record is still unmistakably PRISTINE.
 
The album title, Road Back To Ruin, according to the singer, came out of frustration. It's about social circumstances, in which opinions and values are shifting towards a certain direction. The separation from or the fear of "the others", being used by influential people to gain even more power. Distrust being spread and walls being built - things that have been done over and over in history and still society seems to be walking right into the same trap once again. People lacking nobleness and empathy, but are gaining hatred - something that Heidihas feared. Hence the last line in the album's credits is: “Take care of each other. Be generous, including and kind.”
 
Road Back To Ruin was recorded at Paradiso Studio in Oslo, together with producer Øyvind Gundersen and technician Christian Engfelt. The song "Sinnerman" was written during last year's tour - a real banger and the perfect opening track. The title track sounds massive and heavy, and the same can be said for "Blind Spot" which features an intro sung in Arabian by Syrian artist Racha Rizk, followed by an almighty riff by Espen Elverum Jacobsen, the band's secret weapon.

At the end of this broad musical spectrum there's "Cause & Effect," which features the The Arctic Philharmonic string orchestra and bears a certain James Bond feeling. The not so typical but amazing"Your Song," was inspired by NEIL YOUNG's acoustic recordings. 
 
Heidi SolheimEspen Elverum Jacobsen (guitar), Gustav Eidsvik (bass) and Ottar Tøllefsen (drums), as the core of the band, incorporate a wide variety of styles and influences with a great mutual musical understanding. Studio guests Anders Oskal and Hansi Enzesperger add a unique flourish in the form of a Hammond Organ.

2019 will see the band bring back rock to the clubs. After Detoxing (2012) and No Regret (2013) had only been released in Norway, Reboot was the first album to also see a release outside the band's home country. 2017, Ninja marked the debut for Nuclear Blast which is now followed by Road Back To Ruin.
 
PRISTINE
"Road Back To Ruin Tour"
presented by: Classic Rock, Eclipsed, Piranha, Kulturnews, Musix, Start Magazin und Rockantenne
03.05.2019 - DE Biberach, Abdera + THE BREW*
04.05.2019 - AT Dornbirn, Spielboden + THE BREW*
05.05.2019 - DE Tuttlingen, Stadthalle + THE BREW*
07.05.2019 - TBA+ THE BREW*
08.05.2019 - DE Chiemgau, Blues Club + THE BREW*
09.05.2019 - DE Augsburg, Spectrum + THE BREW*
10.05.2019 - DE Aschaffenburg, Colos Saal + THE BREW*
11.05.2019 - DE Bensheim, Rex + THE BREW*
13.05.2019 - DE Berlin, Musik & Frieden + NI SALA**
14.05.2019 - DE Kiel, Orange Club + NI SALA**
15.05.2019 - DE Hamburg, Knust + NI SALA**
17.05.2019 - DE Oldenburg, Cadillac + NI SALA**
18.05.2019 - DE Bückeburg, Schraubbar + NI SALA**
19.05.2019 - DE Frankfurt/M., Nachtleben + NI SALA**
20.05.2019 - DE München, Backstage + NI SALA**
21.05.2019 - DE Köln, Yard Club + NI SALA**
23.05.2019 - DE Oberhausen, Zentrum Altenberg + NI SALA**
24.05.2019 - DE Lichtenfels, Paunchy Cats + NI SALA**
25.05.2019 - DE Osnabrück, Westwerk + NI SALA**
21.06.2019 - DE Netphen-Deuz, Freak Valley Festival***
PRISTINE supporting
** PRISTINE headlining
*** PRISTINE only

Order your copy of Road Back To Ruin via this link: http://nblast.de/PristineRoadBackToRuin