While touring with the Scorpions across the US, Ratt stopped in Miami to bring their catchy brand of Ratt N' Roll to the masses. Miami.com was on hand to not only check out the show, but to talk to frontman Stephen Pearcy. "Ten years have passed since Ratt last debuted a new album, but with the release of Infestation in April, the heavy metal rockers are back in full invasion mode," writes the site.

"Known for '80s anthems Round and Round, Lay it Down and Wanted Man -- as well as their stylish videos, complete with Spandex and scantily clad women," continues the site. "Ratt went on to sell more than 20 million albums worldwide and play more than 1,000 shows."

Read an excerpt of their Q&A with Pearcy below, go right here to get the whole feature, and pick up your copy of Infestation now at this location!

Q. What's it like playing Miami some 25 years after first playing the Hollywood Sportatorium?

A. Very cool. A lot of people out there, which helps.

Q. Did you think you'd still be doing this today?

A: I didn't think I'd be doing this two years after we started. But I mean it when I say … and I say it all the time - it doesn't matter if it's 10 people, a hundred, a thousand or ten thousand, it's all the same. It's a party.

Q: Do you have a favorite song to play live?

A: Of course Round...people go nuts for that. But I also like Lay it Down, and the new stuff is really cool. It's going over very well. Except when we do the shorter set, we can't throw in too many new songs. The next rodeo around we'll be doing the full set.