Earlier this month, SCORPIONS singer Klaus Meine was asked by Greece’s RockPages.gr how much “gas is left in the tank” for him and his bandmates after more than five decades of rocking as a group. He responded: “We played almost 30 shows now this year after two years break because of the pandemic. And I think there’s still a lot of gas in the tank. When you imagine that we went through shows we did in the U.S. and now all over Europe, it looks like there’s plenty of gas in the tank. It feels good.”
This past May, Meine, who turned 74 that same month, told Portugal’s “Metal Global” that there is no more talk of retirement for the SCORPIONS, as there was back in 2010 with what was purported to be a final album and a farewell tour that never quite took hold. “No, we scratched that word [retirement] out of our [vocabulary],” he said. “It’s not there. We don’t think about it and we don’t talk about it and we take it as it comes.
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