German guitar legend Michael Schenker (SCORPIONS, UFO) recently spoke to Mark Taylor of MetalTalk.net about Schenker's new album, "Bridge The Gap"; Michael's wishes for a UFO reformation; and Schenker's son Tyson and his new band STATE VILLAINS. You can now watch the chat below.MICHAEL SCHENKER'S TEMPLE OF ROCK's new album, "Bridge The Gap", features legendary German guitarist Michael Schenker alongside vocalist Doogie White, guitarist/keyboardist Wayne Findlay, bassist Francis Buchholz and drummer Herman Rarebell. The CD marks the first time Schenker and fellow ex-SCORPIONS members Buchholz and Rarebell have appeared on the same album since the classic 1979 SCORPIONS LP "Lovedrive". "Bridge The Gap" is described in a press release as "an album of 13 hard-hitting, adrenalin-fueled melodic rock'n'roll songs that showcase Schenker's distinctive and explosive guitar playing." The album was recorded from January to March 2013 at Kidroom Studios, Germany and was produced by Michael Schenker and Michael Voss, and engineered by Voss.
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