MetalSymphony.com has posted an audio interview with Doro Pesch conducted on October 19, 2007 prior to the German singer's performance at the Metal Female Voices Fest in Wieze, Belgium. Check it out at this location.Pesch will celebrate her 25th anniversary as a performer with a special concert in her hometown of Düsseldorf, Germany on December 13, 2008 at the ISS Dome. More information will be made available soon. Doro will embark on another North American tour beginning on March 21 at Jaxx in West Springfield, Virginia. Tickets are available through EnterTheVault.com and all normal ticketing outlets. Pesch's new version of the WARLOCK classic "All We Are" — featuring a backing band consisting of DESTRUCTION frontman Marcel "Schmier" Schirmer, AFTER FOREVER guitarist Bas Maas and well-known session drummer Tim Husung — was released on June 8, 2007. The 45-minute CD includes other rare material and bonus video footage and was issued on the AFM Records label. AFM Records in November released "The Queen – In Honour of Regina Halmich", a collection of all "fight hymns" Doro recorded for her longtime friend, German boxing queen Regina Halmich.
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