FASTER INFERNO Featuring MICHAEL SCHENKER's Son: WACKEN Video Clips Available
FASTER INFERNO (formerly RAIDERS OF ROCK N' ROLL), the British band featuring guitarist Tyson Schenker — the son of the fabled SCORPIONS and UFO guitarist Michael Schenker — performed at Germany's Wacken Open Air festival in early August. Check out video clips at YouTube.com:
"Hard Rockin' Lover" (video)
"Love Gun" (video)
FASTER INFERNO supported MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP on the U.K. leg of their "Tales Of Rock 'n' Roll World Tour 2006". The Cambridgeshire blues-influenced hard rock act, which also includes singer Matt Taylor, bassist Gianzo and drummer Phill France, released the 2004 EP "Strippers & Beards" under its previous moniker. Several recent recordings from FASTER INFERNO can be heard at the band's MySpace page.
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