Doro Pesch
Posted by: Rogue ()
Date: July 14, 2000 01:57AM

foundt this at electricbasement.com. Used to love Warlock. I remember hearing her first solo album and not digging it that much. Anyone know anything about the remaining? Anyone see her at the Metal Meltdown?

Rogue
http://RogueCreations.tripod.com/


DORO PESCH IS BACK!: (press release) "Having been out of the US music spotlight for over a decade, German rock icon Doro Pesch has returned to show America what's been missing in the current state of hard rock! After captivating & enchanting the audience at this year's March Metal Meltdown in New Jersey, Doro is preparing to unleash a new album through KOCH Records (set for release on September 12th) that will re-position her name to true rock regality.

Although she has kept musically active in Europe over the years, this will be her first US release since 1990's self-titled release. Former vocalist for 80's Metal giants Warlock, Doro felt the need to break away from the 'sword & sorcery' stigma that surrounded the band and spread her wings to focus on a more emotional & personal sound. As a solo artist, she has in excess of eight releases to her credit and has achieved worldwide success. Now it is time for her to re-establish herself on American shores, and in order to achieve this goal, she is prepared to release a very memorable album.

Not a woman to pull any punches, Doro enlisted the assistance of some very noteworthy musicians to compose this magnum opus! She recently teamed up with Motorhead frontman Lemmy Kilmister in Los Angeles to re-record the Motorhead track,"Love Me Forever" in pure, emotive Doro fashion. The song originally appeared on Motorhead's album '1916'. This collaboration also spawned a new track, another duet called "Alone Again". Both songs will appear on her new album, which is now titled 'Calling The Wild'.

If your palate is not yet whet with anticipation, the release also features contributions from Slash (Snakepit, ex-Guns 'N Roses) and Al Pitrelli (Megadeth, ex-Savatage, ex-Asia, etc.). If that wasn't enough to make a mammoth of an album, the proverbial icing on the cake, however, is an amazing Doro-ized cover version of the Billy Idol classic "White Wedding". Guest appearances coupled with Doro's trademark rock ethic of 'stunning beauty meets aggressive beast' will make this an album not to miss!"

http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Alley/1765/index.html



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