April 30 2013, album “Now what” of Deep Purple that produced by Bob Ezrin was released
The prototype of Deep Purple founded in London 1968. This band was Chirs Curtis centered and was called Roundabout when had members John Lord and Nick Simper.
After a period of time, with the leave of Chirs Curtis, the turnover of band is more frequent. Finally two members from Maze, including lead singer Rod Evans and drummer became the fixed member. The band changed its name formally to "Deep Purple" since they had finished their Northern Europe tour.
Style: Hard rock, heavy metal, blues-rock and progressive rock
April 30 2013, album "Now what" produced by Bob Ezrin was released which sounds exactly like Deep Purple in the band’s prime massive soundscapes to tight, riff-laden sections and back again with a swaggering confidence that is really pretty amazing, particularly given the senior citizen ages of the band's members.
"A Simple Song" in the opener fully embodies the band's features, following with the massive and powerful songs and slightly wired ones.
"Now what" shows a band that still knows what to do, however, the album doesn't cater to the current studio tricks and processes only makes it fell and sound like it comes from the golden age of British prog metal. Their style hasn't changes.