The legendary Scottish rock band Nazareth will release their new album Surviving The Law on 14 April 2022, through Frontiers Music Srl. Today, the band have released their new single Strange Days.
Nazareth reached their 50th Anniversary in 2018 and released their 24th studio album Tattooed On My Brain, which marked the arrival of vocalist Carl Sentance.
The remainder of the lineup remains intact, with Jimmy Murrison, the longest-serving guitarist in their history, Lee Agnew, drummer since Darrel Sweet died in 1999, and Pete Agnew, bassist and founding member.
Original singer Dan McCafferty left Nazareth for health reasons in 2013, with Carl Sentance joining two years later, a move blessed by McCafferty.
Nazareth were formed in Dunfermline in 1968, releasing an eponymous debut album three years later. After supporting Deep Purple on tour, they broke big when they released the Roger Glover-produced Razamanaz album in 1973 to critical and fan acclaim.
Surviving The Law can be pre-ordered from orcd.co/nazareth
Surviving The Law:
You Gotta Pass It Around
Better Leave It Out
Falling In Love
Waiting For The World To End
Let The Whisky Flow
Ciggies And Booze
You Made Me