Scorpions Release New Studio Update
via Mikkey Dee/Facebook
The Scorpions took to social media to share an update about their upcoming album. Their writing sessions began last year and a few months ago, they went into the recording studio to work on the songs. This will serve as a follow-up to “Return to Forever”.
In the clip below, singer Klaus Meine says: “It’s amazing. It’s cool, it feels good, and we’re making progress every other day.”
In another video posted on his own Facebook page, drummer Mikkey Dee shares: “So we will hook up in about a month again, all of us. And then, it’s down to the dirty deed. But for now, we’re done for a couple of weeks.”
They definitely have kept themselves busy during he pandemic. On April, they released a new uplifting song titled “Sign of Hope.” Also, in celebration of the 30th anniversary of their classic hit “Wind of Change”, they’re releasing a deluxe box set this October 3. The package will include an 84-page hardback book and an actual piece of the Berlin Wall customized with a red “Wind Of Change” star and handwritten lyric.
Meine said during the announcement, “In times of COVID-19 and all the wild conspiracy theories in these extremely trying times, Wind Of Change is like a hug, a good friend from a time when the hope for a peaceful world seemed to be fulfilled. The dream of peace lives on in this song.”
The “Wind Of Change: The Iconic Song” will be limited to only 2020 copies.