Not only are Fargo back 36 years after their last release F (1982), they are also set to release a brand-new album. Their comeback is entitled CONSTELLATION, will be out on Steamhammer/SPV and features many of the classic trademarks of its predecessors, sounding earthy, bluesy, honest and authentic. Fargo mark 2018 to deliver their rock music as confidently as if there had never been on that long break. You only have to listen to songs such as the casually grooving ‘Don‘t Talk’, the West Coast atmosphere on ‘Cross To Bear’ or ‘Loser`s Blues’, which brings to mind the best of ZZ Top, to immediately recognise that typical Fargo signature. In addition, Knorn and Ladwig have succeeded in convincing their former drummer Frank ´Franky` Tolle to pick up his drum sticks again on ‘Buzz Buzz’ and ‘Don´t Talk’. Their fans will love it just like they did in the early 1980s when Fargo counted among Germany’s most important rock acts. Founded in 1973 by Knorn and Ladwig, the group soon earned itself a faithful fanbase and went on to sign a recording contract only a few years later. Guitarist Matthias Jabs, who joined the Scorpions in 1978 and went on to make a global career, was also part of the Fargo fold. FARGO themselves also developed into an internationally acclaimed act and released their debut album in 1979. Fargo went on and brought out three more superlative studio albums by 1982, all of them on EMI, the major label giant of that time. The band toured all over Europe, played with the greatest luminaries of the rock scene, performed outstandingly successful tours with AC/DC, Mothers Finest and The Small Faces, among others.