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Many people thought that he'd said goodbye to music. That he'd retired his guitar. That he'd exclusively applied himself to painting beautiful works of art.

But his passion for rock & roll always remained. It was only a matter of time, and that time is now: Adrian Vandenberg is back with a brand new band, Vandenberg's MoonKings.

The band debuts in February 2014 with a hard rocking album, released worldwide by Mascot Records. Adrian is very happy with his return to the international music scene. 'The last record I made was with Whitesnake in 1998.

Now that I've announced my return, I am really overwhelmed by the thousands of enthusiastic reactions that I've gotten from all over the world. It amazes me how faithful the fans have remained. It's just bizarre,' he says. And with a smile he adds: 'And it just so happens that the MoonKings album is the best record I've ever made. Well, in my modest opinion, anyway. People probably expected the obvious classic rock, but I didn't want to go that route semi-automatically.

I wanted to build a bridge between the greatest rock of the seventies and that of today, and I have the feeling that worked out very well.' It was around the turn of the millennium when Adrian Vandenberg reached a crossroads in his life. He had played with singer David Coverdale's super group Whitesnake for thirteen years, topped the American charts twice and sold in excess of fourteen million albums, when that band took a break. The guitarist decided to focus on his other passion: Art.

There was so much interest in his paintings, that several leading European galleries planned exhibitions of his work. These things take a long time to prepare, so that frustrated any musical plans. 'But much more importantly, my daughter was born,' he says. 'And I wanted to see Mickey grow up as much as possible.'

The guitar hero said goodbye to Whitesnake, enjoyed his father role and lost himself in his art. However, he didn't think it would take him this long to get back to making music. 'In hindsight I must say that these last fourteen years or so simply zipped. I really wanted to start playing a lot sooner, but time really flies. Looking back at it now, I do believe that everything developed in a completely natural way, that I subconsciously let my intuition determine that now was the best time to do this.' The turning point came in 2011, when Adrian was asked to write a song for FC Twente, the football club from his hometown of Enschede that had become the champions of the Dutch premier league the year before.