It's been a good, long ride for Germany's Scorpions, from heavy-metal cultdom to MTV-bolstered superstardom ("Rock You Like a Hurricane," "Winds of Change") and on to a respectable latter-day existence. In 2010, they announced they'd be packing it in with this final world tour—it's been going ever since, and the Scorps are not breaking up. Joining them are fellow veterans Queensryche. They'll be appearing sans lead singer Geoff Tate, who was fired, forced out of the group and replaced by Crimon Glory vocalist Todd La Torre in an ugly split last month.
Scorpions + Queensryche