SCORPIONS: Japanese Bonus Tracks Posted Online

Samples of the Japanese bonus tracks from the SCORPIONS' latest release, "Unbreakable", have been posted online at the group's official web site. Check out the tracks "Dreamer" and "Too Far" at this location.

The follow-up to 1999's "Eye II Eye", "Unbreakable" is being released in the U.S. on Tuesday (June 22) through Sanctuary Records. The CD was recorded at Peppermint Park Studio in Hannover, Germany and was mixed at Wisseloord studios in Hilversum, Holland. The band, who recently announced the addition of Polish bassist Pawel Maciwoda (SECTION 31, URBANATOR) to their ranks, are also working on a DVD which should be released later in the year.

Upcoming SCORPIONS tour dates:

Jun. 25 – Vienna, AUT @ Donauinselfest
Jul. 02 - Uster (near Zürich), SWI @ Spirit Of Music
Jul. 03 - Oslo (Skanevik), NOR @ Skanevik Bluesfestival
Jul. 10 – Mainz, GER @ SWR3 Rheinland-Pfalz Open Air
Jul. 18 – Porto, POR @ Dragon Football Stadium
Jul. 20 - San Sebastian, SPA @ Polideportivo de Anoeta
Jul. 21 – Barcelona, SPA @ Sala Razzmatazz
Jul. 24 – Granada, SPA @ Polideportivo Municipal
Jul. 30 – Tienen, BEL @ Suikerrock
Sep. 02 – Stockholm, SWE @ Hovet
Sep. 04 – Tuuri, FIN @ Miljoona Rock
Sep. 10 – Bangkok, THA @ TBA
Sep. 12 - Kuala Lumpur, MAL @ TBA
Sep. 14 – Jakarta, IND @ TBA
Sep. 16 - Surabaya or Medan, IN @ TBA
Sep. 20 – Tokyo, JPN @ TBA
Sep. 22 - Nagoya, JPN @ TBA
Sep. 23 - Osaka, JPN @ TBA
Sep. 24 - Fukuoka, JPN @ TBA
Sep. 26 - Tokyo, JPN @ TBA

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