Michael Schenker’s Michael Schenker Fest has released a lyric video for the song, Heart And Soul, watch it below.

The song will be on the band’s forthcoming album, Resurrection, which will be released on March 2nd.

To read more about this release, and to watch a video for the song, Warrior, please click here.

Michael Schenker Fest recently announced North American tour dates. They are as follows:

03/06/2018 The Fillmore – Silver Springs, MD
03/07/2018 Carnegie Music Hall – Munhall, PA
03/09/2018 Berklee Performance Center – Boston, MA
03/10/2018 Irving Plaza – New York, NY
03/11/2018 Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
03/12/2018 Club Soda – Montreal, QC CANADA
03/14/2018 Royal Oak Music Theatre – Detroit, MI
03/16/2018 Agora Theatre – Cleveland, OH
03/17/2018 Concord Music Hall – Chicago, IL
03/18/2018 Pabst Theater – Milwaukee, WI
03/19/2018 Cabooze – Minneapolis, MN
03/22/2018 Neptune – Theatre Seattle, WA
03/24/2018 Events Center – San Jose, CA
03/25/2018 The Grove – Anaheim, CA
03/26/2018 Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ
03/27/2018 House of Blues – Las Vegas, NV
03/29/2018 Cervantes Ballroom – Denver, CO
03/31/2018 Vibes Event Center – San Antonio, TX

04/01/2018 Bomb Factory – Dallas, TX
04/03/2018 The Ritz – Tampa, FL

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  • shannon mehaffey on

    This is not a good song, but it got stuck in my head for some reason…

  • mike monet on

    The first song was pretty good. This one’s more along the lines of an inferior HELLOWEEN song. All three of these singers are great, but they would all be better off singing their own songs rather than all three singing parts of one song. I find myself trying to figure out who the singer is rather than paying attention to the song itself. I want to be excited about this project because of all those who are involved but this song definitely takes air out of the balloon. If anything this video shows how poorly written these lyrics are. I think that what Ace did on his Origins album is the best route for a great guitarist to show what he can do and keep things very interesting. The solo Iommi album from about 20 years ago was also a good showcase for a great guitarist to perform with some talented singers. That said, I’m still going to check out the Irving Plaza show because Schenker is still a great and interesting performer and I always wanted to see him live. This is a potential situation to hear Bonnet sing SINCE YOU’VE BEEN GONE live and that would be awesome.

    • Doug R. on

      YO, Monet, my other brother from another mother, just curious if you saw my reply on the Poison/CT post before it vanished from the home page. As far as this new song from Schenker, I lost interest after the first minute. Love Schenker, but I hate this song, sorry Michael. Just being honest.

    • mike monet on

      Caught it Doug. I spent all day removing ice from my gutters. Water was dripping all over causing perpetual ice puddles all over. Condition corrected. What’s it down there? 60°.

    • Doug R. on

      Sorry to hear that, bro, hang in there, warmer days are ahead! 85° here right now, just a little warmer than you guys up there in the big Apple. 😉 Cheers!

  • robert davenport on

    awful…. I could not be more disappointed in one of my hero’s – why do musical greats cling so tightly to the past , the silly lyrics, stage clothes and musicals patterns , I don’t get it , I think catching that first lightning in a bottle is very hard to recreate – songwriting is everything – sadly these 80’s metal & hard rock bands are turning out to not be very good at adapting and growing as artists, and the craft of songwriting , this is partly why the rock genre is suffering , not the only reason obviously but I really think its a big part of it –

  • nick look on

    Give it up old timer, I don’t blame these guys for bringing singers back. I blame fm radio for killing rock music. That’s what the powers that be want anyways.

  • mike monet on

    This song is worse than THE LAST JEDI.

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