New Motörhead Album 'Bad Magic' Set for Summer Release

Published 6 years ago on June 5, 2015

By Jonathan Graham

Motörhead will celebrate their 40th year as a band by releasing their 22nd studio album.

"Bad Magic" marks Motorhead's first studio effort since "Aftershock" was released in 2013 and will feature Queen's Brian May as well as a cover of Rolling Stones' classic "Sympathy For The Devil".

Recorded at NRG Studios in Los Angeles with producer Cameron Webb, the new album was written entirely in the studio by Lemmy, Phil Campbell and drummer Micky Dee.

In related news Motorhead have a busy summer touring schedule ahead of them kicking off at Rock im Park in Germany before sets at Glastonbury, EXIT, Resurrection Fest, Ansan Valley Festival and more.

The band have also recently released details regarding their 40th Anniversary European winter tour.

Motorhead "Bad Magic"

1. "Victory or Die"
2. "Thunder & Lightning"
3. "Fire Storm Hell"
4. "Shoot Out All of Your Lights"
5. "The Devil"
6. "Electricity"
7. "Evil Eye"
8. "Teach Them How to Bleed"
9. "Till the End"
10. "Tell Me Who to Kill"
11. "Choking on Your Screams"
12. "When the Sky Comes Looking for You"
13. "Sympathy for the Devil" (Rolling Stones cover)

Motörhead's Anniversary European Tour Dates

November 15 - Paris, France @ Zenith Paris
November 17 - Dusseldorf, Germany @ Mitsubishi Electric Halle
November 18 - Saarbrucken, Germany @ Saarlandhalle
November 20 - Munich, Germany @ Zenith, die Kulturhalle
November 21 - Munich, Germany @ Zenith, die Kulturehalle
November 24 - Frankfurt Am Main, Germany @ Jahrhunderthalle Frankfurt
November 25 - Ludwigsburg, Germany @ Arena Ludwigsburg
November 27 - Berlin, Germany @ Max-Schmeling-Halle
November 28 - Hamburg, Germany @ Sporthalle
November 30 - Arhus C, Denmark @ Scandinavian Congress Center
December 3 - Oslo, Norway @ Oslo Spektrum
December 6 - Helsinki, Finland @ Hartwall Arena






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