SCORPIONS: 'We'll Burn The Sky' Concert Footage Available

Fan-filmed video footage of German hard rock veterans SCORPIONS performing their classic track "We'll Burn the Sky" on May 12, 2007 in La Nucia (Alicante), Spain has been posted at YouTube.

SCORPIONS' video for the song "Humanity" has been posted at YouTube.

A 10-minute video clip of SCORPIONS singer Klaus Meine and guitarist Rudolf Schenker answering questions at a Paris press conference for their new album, "Humanity - Hour 1", has been posted at this location.

As previously reported, a 30-minute audio interview with Klaus Meine, conducted by Nikos Mastorakis of Greece's Radio Gold 103.3, has been made available for download at this location (MP3, 6.78 MB). During the interview, Meine discusses the band's new album, "Humanity - Hour I", and addresses the possibility of the band retiring without releasing another studio CD.


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