Monday, October 5, 2020

Scorpions resume new album sessions

The Scorpions have resumed recording session for a new album.

The band – who spent the summer in the studio getting material together for the follow-up to 2015’s “Return To Forever” – have regrouped in a German studio following a planned month-long break.

Drummer Mikkey Dee shared some new video from the studio this week to give fans an inside look at his drum setup, and he was joined in a second clip by singer Klaus Meine for a guided tour of his vocal booth, which has been nicknamed the “Klaus House.”

Earlier this year, The Scorpions issued a new single, “Sign Of Hope”, and rescheduled dates for a Las Vegas residency at the Zappos Theater at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino to May of 2021.

In addition to all of the activity, the band has just released a new limited-edition box set marking the 30th anniversary of their classic hit, “Wind Of Change.”
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See also:

Scorpions share new album update
Scorpions to release Wind Of Change 30th anniversary box set
Scorpions release first Sign Of Hope fan video
Scorpions reschedule Sin City Nights Las Vegas residency series
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