Drummer Herman Rarebell Featured In New Audio Interview - "UNBREAKABLE Could Be The Next SCORPIONS!"

June 23, 2014, 8 years ago

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Certified hard rock legend and drummer extraordinaire Herman 'Ze German' Rarebell is so excited about Unbreakable, a young and extremely talented group from Rarebell's home country that keeping his enthusiasm to himself is next to impossible and for good reason. He has already publically compared Unbreakable to the Germany's biggest and most well-known hard rock and metal export Scorpions and this should not be taken lightly. Rarebell served as producer of Unbreakable's new album that has a very fitting name, Knockout. The group features members all in their twenties including vocalist Al Crespo, guitarist Martin Ries, Pascal Alles on guitar, bassist Lukas Mittler, and Alexander Ries on drums.

As Unbreakable explains, "This band is a philosophy. Five friends with the same vision, to play live in front of their fans and making music together. We love all the songs, each song has his own special history. The lyrics are real life stories. They are real and no fantasy stories." The band has signed to Dark Star Records based in Chicago, a label that works in association with Sony Music Entertainment. "It was a real pleasure working with Unbreakable," says Rarebell. "I had a lot of fun producing them!"

WVOX Metal Mayhem host Matt O'Shaughnessy just spoke with Herman Rarebell who phoned in from Europe ready and excited to let everyone know more about Unbreakable. During the special on air chat, O'Shaughnessy and Rarebell discuss the game plan once inside the studo and making the band's Knockout album. You'll also hear Rarebell speak about his heralded days with Scorpions and much more.

Click below for audio of entire interview:

Unbreakable Are Dynamite!



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