THE ALMIGHTY Working On 'Definitive Best Of' Album

Reactivated THE ALMIGHTY are currently working on "a definitive 'best of' album, including all the promo videos," to coincide with the band's U.K. tour in December, according to an online posting by the group's frontman, Ricky Warwick. More information will be made available soon.

As previously reported, THE ALMIGHTY will be playing five shows in the U.K. in December. The band's itinerary is now shaping up as follows:

Aug. 11 - Bulldog Bash - Warwickshire, UK
Dec. 26 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
Dec. 27 - Shepherd's Bush Empire - London, UK
Dec. 28 - Corporation - Sheffield, UK
Dec. 29 - Academy - Newcastle, UK
Dec. 30 - Garage - Glasgow, UK

THE ALMIGHTY's current lineup includes Ricky Warwick (vocals, guitar), Pete Friesen (guitars), Floyd London (bass) and Stumpy Monroe (drums).


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