Following on from the release of their successful debut album, Resurrection, MICHAEL SCHENKER FEST have completed the recordings for their second studio album, which is scheduled to be released on August 23rd this year worldwide through Nuclear Blast.
Michael Schenker Fest’s Resurrection isn’t as great as some of the past albums (there’s my meathead coming out,) but it is still one I can see me pulling out from time to time.
‘A Decade Of The Mad Axeman’ is a retrospective collection that documents the studio and live output of the renowned German guitarist Michael Schenker between 2007 and 2016.
The encore was a rock fan’s wet dream with the gig turning into UFO Fest. McCauley, Bonnet and Barden all come back on stage.
But an absolutely amazing experience just off the hook. I can’t even… it all seems surreal really. But 35 years later, all three singers would be up there together just goofing off and having a good time.
Michael Schenker has been called one of the true guitar heroes of all time and has influenced three generation of players
On Friday 24th March 2017, rock guitarist legend Michael Schenker and in-akustik will release Michael Schenker Fest “Live” Tokyo
Michael Schenker’s Temple Of Rock “On A Mission: Live In Madrid” DVD to be released April 29th
Billed as the ‘Spirit on a Mission’ tour Michael Schenker has just finished a ten date UK tour with the last show being at the ‘Giants of Rock’ festival at the Butlins resort in Minehead.
It’s been quite a while since my latest DVD review, so I thought it would be cool to do another one. Yesterday I watched the documentary “Forever And A Day”. It documents the farewell tour of Germany’s biggest Hard Rock export, Scorpions. The movie was released in some cinemas in conjunction with the release of the new album “Return To Forever”. I will discuss whether or not this was a smart move in this review.