Klaus Voormann’s artwork for the “Rock Believer” single

The Scorpions have released the first video and title track to their upcoming album, Rock Believer, set for release on February 25th. Blabbermouth reported that longtime Beatles associate, solo bassist, and graphic artist Klaus Voormann designed the artwork for the “Rock Believer” single. Voormann is best known for his Grammy Award-winning album cover art for the “Fab Four’s” 1966 Revolver album.

Scorpions frontman Klaus Meine appeared on Chile’s Radio Futuro and spoke about the sound of the new album, explaining, “You can expect an album that is dedicated to all the rock believers in the world. And we’re very excited after all these years. We thought, when you think about all the touring we did the last 10 years, after the release of Return To Forever in 2015, the time was right to go back into the studio, to write new material, to write new songs and check out if the creativity is still working.”

He went on to say, “The big aim was, the goal was to make a rock album — to make an album with lots of attitude, power and focus on the good old times and really enjoy the music and have some fun with the music. And that feels really good.”

The tracklisting to The Scorpions’ ‘Rock Believer’ is:

“Gas In The Tank”
“Roots In My Boots”
“Knock ‘Em Dead”
“Rock Believer”
“Shining Of Your Soul”
“Seventh Sun”
“Hot And Cold”
“When I Lay My Bones To Rest”
“Call Of The Wild”
“When You Know (Where You Come From)”
“Shoot For Your Heart”
“When Tomorrow Comes”
“Unleash The Beast”
“Crossing Borders”


  • Last year in celebration of the band’s classic 1990 song, “Wind Of Change,” the Scorpions released a deluxe box set based around the song. The beloved power ballad, which appeared on the band’s Crazy World album, has been called “the soundtrack to the fall of the Berlin Wall.”
  • The new Wind Of Change box set features five versions of the song — including Klaus Meine‘s original demo — on CD and LP.
  • The collection also includes and 84-page hardcover book, with rare and previously unseen photographs, vocal and piano arrangement, and even a piece of the Berlin Wall.

CHECK IT OUT: The Scorpions’ 2022 video for “Rock Believer”: