Wednesday, September 2, 2015


BAD MAGIC by Motörhead
(UDR Music)

Lemmy Kilmister, Phil Campbell, and Mikkey Dee better known to rockers and rollers of the universe as Motörhead are back sounding, bigger and more badass than ever with, 'Bad Magic', the band's 22nd studio release. Lemmy and the boys as usual bring the swagger, the punch, the speed and their ATTITUDE! Showing clearly that Motörhead is not simply a band, it's a genre! Pressing play is like pulling a pin from a grenade! "Victory Or Die", is a sledgehammer of a rocker with a big set of balls! Might as well stay down, cause once your senses are exposed to the decibel levels the gents unleash it will give a new meaning to being "NAILED TO THE FLOOR!" with gut busters like, "Fire Storm Hotel", "Shoot Out All Your Lights", "Electricity",  and a cover of the Stones classic, "Sympathy For The Devil". There really isn't a bad track on the whole album. 'Bad Magic' is essential for long time fans and new fans alike. I've probably played this disc from beginning to end.  What Motörhead brings to the game is old school rock n roll that is fast and furious with more energy than one can almost endure. 'Bad Magic' is the sound of Motörhead at the top of their game. If you wonder what it was like listening to Motörhead for the first time back in the day, get yours hands on this bad boy,  you will not be disappointed and remember to CRANK IT UP! - Highly Recommended
 Tony @ The Dedicated Rocker Society

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