Krokus Releasing New Album in March
The band spent a whole two years working on the new album with Chris Von Rohr. 'We didn't spend all that time on golf courses or tennis courts. No, we just wanted to make our best album yet, the magnum opus of the new Krokus era," says the producer.
Guitarist Mark Kohler has this to add: 'This is not just another Krokus album. I think we have definitely passed another rock milestone with this record.'
To reach this goal, no expense was spared; the band booked into the legendary Abbey Road Studios in London. Krokus went back to their roots, back to where it all began with the Stones, the Beatles, the Free, the Who, and the Bluesbreakers; back to where the band headlined concerts in the Hammersmith Odeon, celebrating their first international success.
'The atmosphere there is very special, and we wanted to make the most of that,' says singer Marc Storace.
Guitarist Fernando von Arb is quick to add: 'With Dirty Dynamite, we have recorded the urgently needed, dirty kind of rock that no one plays in this country.'
'Dirty Dynamite' Tracklisting