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Read KIRK HAMMETT's Foreword To 'German Metal Machine: Scorpions In The '70s' Book

Few rock bands were as successful as the SCORPIONS by the mid-eighties — headlining arenas/stadiums worldwide, scoring two mega-selling albums (the platinum-certified "Blackout" and the triple-platinum-certified "Love At First Sting") and two hit singles/videos ("No One Like You" and "Rock You Like a Hurricane"). But what quite a few newcomers to the band didn't realize ...

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Video: VINNY APPICE, RUDY SARZO, CRAIG GOLDY, ANDREW FREEMAN Invite You To Concert With Temecula Valley Symphony

The City Of Temecula Community Services Department will present a one-of-a-kind concert event on Saturday, June 18. Set to take place on the steps of the Temecula Civic Center in Temecula, California, "Rock Legends In Concert With The Temecula Valley Symphony" will feature veteran rock musicians Vinny Appice, Rudy Sarzo, Craig Goldy and Andrew Freeman, ...

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MICHAEL SCHENKER Says SCORPIONS 'Haven't Done Anything Worth Talking About' In 23 Years

Legendary German guitarist Michael Schenker (SCORPIONS, UFO) was recently interviewed on the SiriusXM satellite radio show "Eddie Trunk Live". A few excerpts follow (transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET). On the recent release of the 50th-anniversary deluxe editions of SCORPIONS' classic albums: "It's not 50 years. It's actually 50 years in 2020. I would count when the first ...

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MOTÖRHEAD, TESTAMENT, Ex-QUIET RIOT Members Pay Tribute To LEMMY At 'Vegas Rocks! Hair Metal Awards'

Chuck Billy (TESTAMENT), Alex Skolnick (TESTAMENT), Rudy Sarzo (QUIET RIOT, OZZY OSBOURNE) and Mikkey Dee (MOTÖRHEAD) paid tribute to iconic MOTÖRHEAD frontman Lemmy Kilmister by performing the classic MOTÖRHEAD song "Ace Of Spades" on Sunday, May 15 at the first annual Vegas Rocks! Hair Metal Awards at the Casablanca Event Center At Eastside Cannery Casino ...

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PHANTOM 5 Feat. SCORPIONS, BONFIRE Members: EPK For Debut Album

Frontiers Music Srl will release PHANTOM 5's self-titled debut album on May 13. The official EPK (Electronic Press Kit) for the LP is available below. PHANTOM 5 is the new band featuring former BONFIRE singer Claus Lessmann and producer and guitar player Michael Voss (CASANOVA, BONFIRE, MAD MAX, MICHAEL SCHENKER). They have enlisted a sort ...

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JIM BREUER AND THE LOUD & ROWDY Release 'Thrash' Video

Accomplished comedian Jim Breuer understands that comedy and heavy music have long made for great bedfellows. On his first musical full-length, "Songs From The Garage", Breuer delivers both in his inimitable style with longtime backing band THE LOUD & ROWDY. Due on May 27 via Metal Blade, the CD was produced by VOLBEAT/ex-ANTHRAX guitarist Rob ...

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VINNY APPICE, RUDY SARZO, CRAIG GOLDY, ANDREW FREEMAN To Perform Rock Classics With Temecula Valley Symphony

The City Of Temecula Community Services Department will present a one-of-a-kind concert event on Saturday, June 18. Set to take place on the steps of the Temecula Civic Center in Temecula, California, "Rock Legends In Concert With The Temecula Valley Symphony" will feature veteran rock musicians Vinny Appice, Rudy Sarzo, Craig Goldy and Andrew Freeman, ...

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SCORPIONS Recruit MOTÖRHEAD Drummer MIKKEY DEE For U.S. Tour

Iconic rockers SCORPIONS will hit the road in May for twelve North American headlining dates with Mikkey Dee, formerly of MOTÖRHEAD, sitting in on drums. Dee will be filling in for James Kottak, who is currently on break while he seeks medical attention. Swedish-born Mikkey Dee joined MOTÖRHEAD in 1992 and is well-respected among the ...

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SCORPIONS Forced To Cut Hamburg Concert Short

German hard rock legends SCORPIONS were forced to cut short their concert in Hamburg last night (Monday, March 21) because of a "viral infection" affecting the voice of the band's lead singer, Klaus Meine. The band reportedly performed for about thirty minutes before calling off the rest of the gig. It is not presently clear ...

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