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Friday 18th February 2011

Manchester's The Predators to record first album for 23 years

THE PIONEERING evangelistic rock band The Predators, who in the '80s made such classic albums as 'The Predators' (1982) and 'Social Decay' (1983), are currently in the studio working on their first album for 23 years. One of the songs, "Blind Pride", from the forthcoming project was recently previewed on Cross Rhythms' Rimmerama programme. CR

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Posted by Gemma Deakin in Manchester @ 12:02 on Aug 10 2018

This band were inspirational in the 80s and in the short comeback. I am not biased with the fact my dad was the lead singer and the group were close friends to our family. I was and still am inspired by the music the words and the passion.

Posted by Simeon Hope in Scotland @ 14:00 on Aug 29 2011

I am astonished. I followed this band in the early 1980s, seeing them live several times in the North-East (inc Barnard Castle of all places) and they were always a great experience. Except the section of each show when they went heavy metal. Hmmm... not great... But they were marvellous people and it's amazing to learn of this new release. I had almost forgotten them.

Posted by Paul Truswell in Macclesfield, Cheshire @ 12:43 on Apr 5 2011

Thanks to Mike Rimmer for recent airplay of a couple of tunes from our forthcoming 4th album. Album is progressing well and is due for release early summer 2011.

Reply by Paul in Macclesfield, United Kingdom @ 12:42 on May 13 2011

The Predators (aka The Preds) are pleased to announce the release date for their forthcoming 4th album "ROUNDABOUT" on 04 JULY 2011.

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