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JINJER Set To Release Reissue Of Second Album "Cloud Factory“



JINJER To Release Reissue Of 'Cloud Factory' Album


JINJER are widely known in the Metal scene and are mixing up everything with their fresh sound, killer live performances and energizing voice of their supreme singer Tatiana. Following the release of their Napalm Records debut “King Of Everything” and numerous festivals and club shows, the Ukraine based band just got home from their very first and super intense UK headlining tour run.

And of course, there is “No rest for the wicked”, as JINJER will be heavily touring around Europe with the mighty ARCH ENEMY for the second leg of their tour in February 2018.

But for now – let’s get an exclusive look at their upcoming release of their game changing second studio album “Cloud Factory” - originally released back in 2014. Now it’s time for a Reissue with full sound, huge guitars, more boom and two exclusive live tracks!

PRE-ORDER HERE!


Read what the band has to say and check out album artwork, track listing incl. bonus tracks and available formats below:
"When we wrote this record, little did we know how many doors it would open and where it would lead us to. From the our first shows to our first European tours and all the friends we made in between- Cloud Factory changed the future of JINJER for the better and we haven’t looked back since … The record is very personal to us because it’s deeply inspired by the spirit of our homeland, the industrial east of Ukraine. Making it available to a wider audience is a perfect way to show what and who we are!“




“Cloud Factory” ReIssue track listing:

1. Outlander
2. A Plus or a Minus
3. No Hoard of Value
4. Cloud Factory
5. Who Is Gonna Be the One
6. When Two Empires Collide
7. Zhelayu-Znachit-Poluchu
8. Bad Water
9. A Plus or a Minus (live from Sentrum)
10. Who Is Gonna Be the One (live from Atlas)


Available formats:
1CD Jewelcase
1 LP Gatefold
Digital Album


A kick-ass live version of “Who Is Gonna Be the One” has already been premiered as music video. Watch it HERE!


Remember mentioning JINJER as perfect power package live on stage? Convince yourself, unless you won’t believe it:

JINJER ON TOUR:
01.12.17 RO – Brasov / Rockstadt
02.12.17 RO – Timisoara / Reflektor
03.12.17 RO – Cluj / Flying Circus




“Will To Power Tour 2018”
Support of ARCH ENEMY
w/ Wintersun, Tribulation

12.01.2018 DE - Munich, Tonhalle
13.01.2018 DE - Stuttgart, LKA Longhorn
14.01.2018 CZ - Prague, Forum Karlin
15.01.2018 CH - Zurich, Komplex
17.01.2018 IT - Milano, Alcatraz
18.01.2018 FR - Lyon, Transbordeur
19.01.2018 ES - Barcelona, Razzmatazz
20.01.2018 ES - Madrid, La Riviera
22.01.2018 FR - Toulouse, Le Bikini
23.01.2018 FR - Paris, Bataclan
24.01.2018 BE - Antwerp, Trix
26.01.2018 DE - Oberhausen, Turbinenhalle
27.01.2018 DE - Geiselwind, Music Hall
28.01.2018 NL - Tilburg, O13
29.01.2018 DE - Hamburg, Große Freiheit
31.01.2018 SE - Malmö, KB
01.02.2018 NO - Oslo, Rockefeller
02.02.2018 SE - Stockholm, Arenan
03.02.2018 SE - Gothenburg, Trädgarn
05.02.2018 DE - Berlin, Huxleys
06.02.2018 DE - Wiesbaden, Schlachthof
07.02.2018 DE - Saarbrücken, Garage

US TOUR WITH CRADLE OF FILTH:

03/29/18 TX – Dallas / House Of Blues
03/30/18 TX – Houston / House of Blues
03/31/18 TX – Austin / Come And Take It Live
04/02/18 FL – Ft. Lauderdale / Revolution Live
04/03/18 GA – Atlanta / Buckhead Theatre
04/05/18 PA – Philadelphia / Theatre Of Living Arts
04/06/18 MD – Baltimore / Baltimore Soundstage
04/07/18 NY – New York / Irving Plaza
04/08/18 MA – Worcester / The Palladium
04/10/18 QC – Montreal / Corona Theatre
04/11/18 ON – Toronto / The Opera House
04/12/18 MI – Detroit / St. Andrew's Hall
04/13/18 IL – Joliet / The Forge
04/14/18 MN – Minneapolis / Music Hall Minneapolis
04/16/18 CO – Denver / The Summit Music Hall
04/17/18 UT – Salt Lake City / Rockwell At The Complex
04/19/18 CA – Los Angeles / The Belasco Theater
04/20/18 AZ – Phoenix / The Van Buren
04/21/18 CA – San Diego / House Of Blues
04/22/18 CA – San Francisco / The Fillmore



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