There are two ways of honouring the final studio album by a great band. You can either mope, weep over the good old days and feel sorry for yourself because a great era has irrevocably come to an end. Alternatively, you can opt for the Victory approach: the rock group from Hanover don t pity themselves but instead have come up with a real power pack full of brand-new songs to bid their fans, the media and the public farewell in style. Don´t Talk Science, or you could say: don t make things too complicated that s the title and credo of the current album which marks the end of a long and highly successful career. The release features a total of 13 tracks: eleven haunting Victory compositions plus two cover tracks which were rearranged and tailored perfectly to the band s style. We ve come full circle with Don t Talk Science, says Tommy Newton, one of the band s two guitarists and, together with his colleague, Herman Frank, one of Victory s main composers. We ve recorded what our fans have always liked best about us, i.e. straightforward rock n roll which sounds neither typically German nor typically English but has a multicultural style. Which doesn t really come as any surprise, seeing that in their heyday, Victory featured an American vocalist (Charly Huhn), a New York management company and celebrated major success mainly on the US market.