Motörhead Unveil 'Aftershock' Details

Motörhead Unveil 'Aftershock' Details
Motörhead's tour plans were scrapped this summer due to bassist Lemmy Kilmister health concerns, but the band will get back on the road this fall shortly after the release of Aftershock. The record has now received an official street date of October 22 in North America via UDR.

A press release explains that the LP, Motörhead's first since 2010's The World Is Yours, was produced by Cameron Webb at NRG Studios in North Hollywood. The record features 14 news songs, including "Heartbreaker," the apparently double-kick-heavy "Paralyzed," "smoky biker bar blues" number "Dust and Glass" and more.

"I really think the variation on the album shows that we've dug deep and produced some of our best work for a long time," guitarist Phil Campbell said in a statement, with Kilmister adding, "Steal it if you must, buy it if you can!"

While a North American tour behind Aftershock has yet to be announced, Motörhead's next European tour kicks off in November. You can see the trip details over here.


1. Heart breaker
2. Coup de Grace
3. Lost Woman Blues
4. End Of Time
5. Do You Believe
6. Death Machine
7. Dust And Glass
8. Going To Mexico
9. Silence When You Speak To Me
10. Crying Shame
11. Queen Of The Damned
12. Knife
13. Keep Your Powder Dry
14. Paralyzed