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Motörhead’s Phil Campbell unveils new single featuring Dee Snider, Mick Mars, and Chris Fehn: Stream

The guitarist's debut album Old Lions Still Roar will also boast Rob Halford, Alice Cooper, and more

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Phil Campbell, photo by Dan Sturgess
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    Longtime Motörhead guitarist Phil Campbell will release his first ever solo album, Old Lions Still Roar, this fall via Nuclear Blast. In advance of the LP, he has unveiled the first single, “These Old Boots”, featuring Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider, Mötley Crüe’s Mick Mars, and former Slipknot percussionist Chris Fehn.

    The album, due October 25th, also boasts such high-profile guests as Alice Cooper, Judas Priest’s Rob Halford, guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani, and former Queens of the Stone Age member Nick Oliveri, among others.

    Since Motörhead dissolved following the December 2015 death of frontman Lemmy Kilmister, Campbell has toured heavily and released music with his band The Bastard Sons, but Old Lions Still Roar marks the official solo debut from the legendary guitarist.

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    Accompanying the glammy lead single, “These Old Boots”, is an animated music video for the track, which can be seen below.

    Pre-orders for the album on CD and vinyl are available via Nuclear Blast here. If you’re in the UK, the first 500 orders will include an autographed card by Campbell.

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    Old Lions Still Roar artwork:

    Phil Campbell - Old Lions Still Roar

    Old Lions Still Roar tracklist:
    01. Rocking Chair feat. Leon Stanford
    02. Straight Up feat. Rob Halford
    03. Faith In Fire feat. Ben Ward
    04. Swing It feat. Alice Cooper
    05. Left For Dead feat. Nev MacDonald
    06. Walk The Talk feat. Danko Jones & Nick Oliveri
    07. These Old Boots feat. Dee Snider
    08. Dancing Dogs (Love Survives) feat. Whitfield Crane
    09. Dead Roses feat. Benji Webbe
    10. Tears From A Glass Eye feat. Joe Satriani

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