SCORPIONS Documentary 'Forever And A Day' Set For U.S. Theatrical Release

SCORPIONS Documentary 'Forever And A Day' Set For U.S. Theatrical Release

German hard rock veterans SCORPIONS continue to celebrate their 50th year with a special one-night national screening event of their first theatrical release, the documentary film "Forever And A Day", on Wednesday, October 14.

Presented by SpectiCast and Tempest Films, "Forever And A Day" captures the history of one of the most influential bands in music history — following them for 18 months with an insightful look into the dynamic that has kept them at the top of the metal community. Filmmaker Katja von Garnier accompanied the SCORPIONS on their "Final Sting" dates — originally the band’s farewell tour around the globe, from Bangkok via Los Angeles to Moscow. The resulting documentary, "Forever And A Day", is a moving portrait of their unique history, packed with candid moments and SCORPIONS' memories, culminating with the decision to scrap their retirement plans. Singer Klaus Meine says: "I think it'll be a really special film for our fans."

The title "Forever And A Day" outlines the philosophy SCORPIONS have internalized since their early days. In the '80s of the past century, they wrapped it up in the slogan "Don‘t Stop At The Top" (allegorical: Never rest on your laurels). They simply are travelers, who always seek new challenges, overcoming all obstacles along the way.

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SCORPIONS continue their global assault in support of their 19th studio album, "Return To Forever" (Sony Music/Legacy Recordings), just released September 11, with North American dates.

Founded in Hannover, West Germany in 1965, SCORPIONS were part of the first wave of metal in the 1970s with their debut album, "Lonesome Crow", released in 1972. The band rose to arena status with seminal releases "Lovedrive", "Virgin Killer" and "Animal Magnetism". In the '80s, SCORPIONS amassed a string of Billboard chart toppers from "Love At Fiirst Sting" and "Blackout", including Top 10 singles "Rock You Like A Hurricane" and "No One Like You", as well a string of successful singles such as "Send Me An Angel", "Still Loving You" and "Wind Of Change". The band was also ranked #46 on VH1's "Greatest Artists Of Hard Rock" and their hit "Rock You Like A Hurricane" also landed as #18 on VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs". Celebrated across the globe, the iconic rock act have sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, and have received multiple honors including World Music Award winners, a postage stamp in Brazil, their Star on Hollywood RockWalk, Echo honors, most recently they were honored with the Lower Saxon State Award.

SCORPIONS' "Return To Forever 50th Anniversary Tour", featuring longtime members Klaus Meine, Rudolf Schenker and Matthias Jabs, alongside James Kottak (drums) and Paweł Mąciwoda (bass), kicked off in May 2015 with dates on four continents. For these milestone shows, SCORPIONS have built a career-spanning setlist of their hits, anthems, ballads and vintage classics.

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