RAIDERS OF ROCK N' ROLL, the U.K.-based band featuring Tyson Schenker — oldest son of legendary German guitarist Michael Schenker (UFO, MSG, SCORPIONS) — have launched an official web site at this location.

According to a posting on the site, main songwriters Tyson Schenker and Matt Taylor (vocals) joined forces late in 2003 and began jamming and creating ideas, with the intention to create a "true" rock band that would shake up the current music scene.

Phil France brought his powerhouse drumming to the band soon after and bassist Andy Rayban joined early 2004 to form a band full of energy and with pure love for rock 'n' roll. Influences include '70s and '80s rock bands such as GUNS N' ROSES, BLACK SABBATH and LED ZEPPELIN.

Audio samples of RAIDERS OF ROCK N' ROLL's debut EP, "Strippers & Beards", are currently available at MySpace.com. The complete track listing for the CD is as follows:

01. The Raiders of Rock 'n' Roll
02. Mathematica
03. She's the Wrong Devil
04. The Gentleman
05. Make it Bleed


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