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KROKUS’ ‘Dirty Dynamite’ Hits #17 on German Chart

Swiss hard rock veterans, Krokus, released their 17th studio album, Dirty Dynamite, on Febrruary 22 in Europe and on March 5 in North America.  The album has entered the German Media Control chart at position No. 17. This marks the first time in Krokus’ history that the band has landed in the Top 20 of the …

KROKUS Reveals New Mascot – Da Dög

Coinciding with the release of their new album Dirty Dynamite today in Europe (North America on March 5), Krokus has also revealed the band’s new mascot – Da Dög.  This is the dog that is featured on the cover of Dirty Dynamite sporting aviator goggles and a cigarette hanging from his mouth. Da Dög and Krokus …

MANDY MEYER Rejoins KROKUS After 30 Years; New Album Out in February

Guitarist Mandy Meyer has rejoined the Krokus lineup 30 years later for the band’s upcoming album Dirty Dynamite. Founder Chris Von Rohr and Fernando Von Arb are thrilled to have him back in the fold with Fernando proclaiming, “Now the Krokus family is complete again.” Mandy Meyer replaced original guitarist Tommy Kiefer (RIP) for the …

KROKUS Working on 17th Album ‘Dirty Dynamite’

Krokus have started working on their 17th studio album with the working title of Dirty Dynamite. For the next couple of weeks Krokus producer and bassist Chris Von Rohr, along with vocalist Marc Storace, will be laying down bass and vocal tracks at London’s Abbey Road Studios. Coincidentally The Beatles, the band who made Abbey Road …

KROKUS Frontman Joins ‘Rock Meets Classic’ Tour

Vocalist Marc Storace of Swiss hard rock legends KROKUS will perform some “classic KROKUS” with a “classical symphony orchestra” in four Swiss cities. Other vocalists featured on the “Rock Meets Classic” bill include Ian Gillan (DEEP PURPLE), Lou Gramm (ex-FOREIGNER), Les Holroyd (BARCLAY JAMES HARVEST) and Dan McCafferty (NAZARETH). Marc was recently asked by a …

Krokus Celebrate Reunion with “Hoodoo”

In 2008, KROKUS celebrated an incredible comeback with a reunion concert in Berne’s Stade de Suisse where over 10,000 supporters showed up and witnessed an astonishing live return. Encouraged by the overwhelming success and how much they loved playing together again, KROKUS made the most of the flames burning inside and went straight back to …

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