JUDAS PRIEST guitarist K.K. Downing joined Finnish metallers STURM UND DRANG on stage at the VRock festival in Salo, Finland on August 25, 2007 for a rendition of the PRIEST classic "Breaking the Law". Watch video footage of the performance below (courtesy of www.kkdowning.net) (Windows Media required).
As previously reported, U.D.O./ex-ACCEPT frontman Udo Dirkschneider makes a guest appearance on the STURM UND DRANG track "Forever", taken from the Finnish band's debut album "Learning to Rock".
"Learning to Rock" landed at position No. 3 on the Finnish album chart upon its release in late May. The band has since secured a deal with G.U.N. Records, which will release the CD outside Scandinavia.
For more information on STURM UND DRANG, visit the band's official web site.
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