Scorpions surprises with “Peacemaker”, a preview of their next album

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The German rock group Scorpions has released their new single, “Peacemaker”, as a preview of his next album, “Rock Believer”, to be published on February 25, 2022.

The new song has been produced by the band with the help of Hans-Martin Buff and, according to a statement from Universal Music, it sounds as if it was “ fresh from the heyday of the legendary band de hard rock”.

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Klau Meine, the singer of the group and composer of the song’s lyrics, has referred in statements collected in that press release, to the meaning of the song’s chorus, which plays with the words “pacifier, pacifier / bury the undertaker”.

“At a time when so many people have died and are dying from covid, devastating wars, and other serious crimes, it makes you feel like the undertaker is working overtime. In a peaceful world after the pandemic, it would be time for the peacemaker send“, has explained.

“Rock Believer” will be su first job since the publication in 2015 of “Return To Forever“and will be the nineteenth studio album in the band’s history.

It will also be the title of the group’s next tour. Between March and April 2022 the band will perform at a residence in Las Vegas (USA), followed by a “tour” europeo It will start on May 10 at the Altice Arena in Lisbon and then continue in the French cities of Toulousse (Zenith, May 13), Lille (Zenith, May 15) and Paris (Accorhotels Arena, May 17).

Scorpions were formed in 1965 in Hannover (Germany) and in their 50-year career they have sold more than 120 million albums, according to figures from his record company, in addition to offering some 5,000 concerts thanks to hits like “Still Loving You” or “Winds Of Change”.

It so happens that the group announced in 2012 a withdrawal that did not finally carry out, but that embarked them on a very long farewell tour.

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