Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon... and Alan Niven present legendary Scorpions' frontman, KLAUS MEINE (recorded June 2020)
Klaus discusses the band's latest single SIGN OF HOPE as well as working on a new heavier album with (Metallica/Slipknot) producer Greg Fidelman, revisiting older demo songs for the new album, the importance of adding Mikkey Dee to the lineup, working with Desmond Child and vocal coach Eric Vetro on Humanity: Hour 1, being re-energized to continue after the Farewell tour, the 40th Anniversary of Animal Magnetism and much more. Plus, one incredible fan boy geek question...
QUOTE: "It's great to have Greg Fidelman (Metallica/Slipknot) on our side. From the very beginning we said, if we make a new album it's got to be on the harder edge. It's got to be an album with attitude. It's got to take us back to the '80s - where we had many many big songs and big albums like Lovedrive, Animal Magnetism, Blackout and all that stuff. It was just to try to focus on that kind of vibe. If we can pull this off after so many years, I don't know. All I know is we started writing last year and we have lots and lots of material. What I hear everyday in the studio feels really good... we're on the right direction; the right track. We work on an album and we try to really go back to the Scorpions DNA from those years. It's crazy to think about making a new album, but we're totally in sync with Greg Fidelman. We want to go to this old vibe... After so many many years and decades to go back into the studio to work on an album and to write new material; I think it's a blessing that we don't sit here at home watching the grass grow. It's so much in our veins to travel, to play shows... It feels so good to go deep into your creative world and create new material, new songs... That feels really really good."
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