13th October 2015 0 By John Deaux

UDR/Warner – Release date: Nov 13th 2015

Legendary British hard rockers to release their 13th studio album on November 13th. No superstitution here!

They’re loud, they’re hard, they’re tough, they’re uncompromising. Girlschool, the London-based-band, are proud to announce their 13th studio album, Guilty As Sin, to be released on November 13th in red colored vinyl gatefold, album and digipack.

Produced by Chris Tsangarides (Judas Priest, Thin Lizzy) at the Ecology Room Studios in Kent, England, Guilty As Sin has 10 tracks of the driven (and two bonus tracks), melodic yet gloriously riff-heavy rock’n’roll that Kim McAuliffe , Enid Williams , Jackie Chambers and Denise Dufort are world famous for.

Featuring raw, energetic killer cuts such as “Take It Like A Band”, “Treasure” and “Come the Revolution”, Guilty As Sin is soaked in the late-night spills ’n’ sweat of beer, cigarettes, denim and leather, a timeless evocation of how it feels to throw away all life’s bullshit and get down’n’dirty with loud, crunchy , catchy rock ’n’ roll.
With Guilty As Sin, Girlschool remind those who forgot that their sound, style, songs and attitude have influenced countless hard rock, metal, punk and alternative bands of all genders.

Line up:
Kim McAuliffe – vocals and guitar
Enid Williams – vocals and bass
Jackie Chambers – lead guitar and backing vocals
Denise Dufort – drums

1. Come the Revolution
2. Take it like a band
3. Guilty as Sin
4. Treasure
5. Awkward Position
6. Staying Alive ( Bee Gees Cover)
7. Perfect Storm
8. Painful
9. Night Before
10. Everybody Loves (Saturday Night)
11. Coming your Way* BONUS*
12. Tonight BONUS
* only available on limited edition and digital album Vinyl:
Side A:
1. Come the Revolution
2. Take it like a band
3. Guilty as Sin
4. Treasure
5. Awkward Position
Side B:
1. Staying Alive ( Bee Gees Cover)
2. Perfect Storm
3. Painful
4. Night Before
5. Everybody Loves (Saturday Night)
6. Tonight ( Bonus)

GIRLSCHOOL on Tour with Motörhead und Saxon!
Nov 15 Zenith – Paris, France
Nov 17 Mitsubishi Halle – Düsseldorf, Germany
Nov 18 Saarlandhalle -Saarbrücken, Germany
Nov 20 Zenith -München, Germany
Nov 21 Zenith -München, Germany
Nov 24 Jahrhunderthalle- Frankfurt Am Main, Germany
Nov 25 MHP Arena – Ludwigsburg, Germany
Nov 27 Max-Schmeling Halle – Berlin, Germany
Nov 28 Sporthalle- Hamburg, Germany
Nov 30 Scandinavian Congress Center – Århus C, Denmark
Dec 01 Scandinavium- Goteborg, Sweden
Dec 03 Oslo Spektrum – Oslo, Norway
Dec 04 Hovet – Stockholm, Sweden
Dec 06 Hartwall Arena – Helsinki, Finland
Jan 23 City Hall- Newcastle, United Kingdom
Jan 24 Clyde Auditorium- Glasgow, United Kingdom
Jan 26 Apollo O2- Manchester, United Kingdom
Jan 27 Oasis, Swindon, United Kingdom
Jan 29 Eventim Apollo- London, United Kingdom
Jan 30 Eventim Apollo- London, United Kingdom
Feb 1 Zenith Arena- Lille, France
Feb 4 Saint Jordi Club- Barcelona, Spain

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