Credit: Jim RaketeDeep Purple has announced the name of its upcoming studio album, which will follows 2013’s Now What?! The record is titled Infinite and will be released sometime in 2017.

The news was revealed via a brief video posted on the earMusic label’s YouTube channel. The clip offers a brief glimpse of Deep Purple singer Ian Gillan and bassist Roger Glover in a recording studio along with renowned producer Bob Ezrin, who’s heard saying, “Here we go! Ladies and gentlemen, let’s make a rock record!” The video also includes a short musical snippet.

Like Now What?!, Deep Purple worked with Ezrin on Infinite in Nashville.

Meanwhile, the influential British hard-rockers, who were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in April, have announced a new series of five 2017 U.K. dates that apparently will be part of a farewell tour. The trek, dubbed The Long Goodbye Tour, currently runs from a November 17 concert in Birmingham through a November 23 show in London. The ’80s hair-metal band Europe will open the U.K. gigs.

Here’s the full list of U.K. dates:

11/17/17 — Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena
11/18 — Manchester, Manchester Arena
11/20 — Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
11/22 — Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
11/23 — London, The O2

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