A video interview with SCORPIONS guitarist Rudolf Schenker conducted on June 30, 2007 at Arrow Rock Festival 2007 in Biddinghuizen, Holland has been posted online at Toazted.com.A new EPK (Electronic Press Kit) for SCORPIONS' latest album, "Humanity - Hour 1", has been posted at this location (Quicktime required). The CD will receive a North American release on August 28 via New Door Records/Universal Music. A nine-minute video clip of German hard rockers SCORPIONS answering questions from fans via their official web site has been posted at YouTube. SCORPIONS guitarist Matthias Jabs revealed via his official web site that the band will embark on an extensive U.S. tour in 2008. "Yes we are coming to the U.S.," he said, "but just for a few shows this year (we try to be everywhere in the world within 2007). Azoff Management [the group's management company] is already working on a 90 dates tour for next year with a great package in the U.S." SCORPIONS' video for the song "Humanity" has been posted at YouTube.
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