"Bad Magic" - Motörhead [Official Full Album Stream + Zumic Review]

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published August 28, 2015

British heavy metal gods Motörhead have released their 22nd studio album, Bad Magic. The LP contains twelve original new songs, and a cover of The Rolling Stones' "Sympathy For The Devil" to close things out.

From Lemmy's opening yell on "Victory Or Die" to the last guitar note on "Sympathy For The Devil," Bad Magic finds Motörhead delivering brutal and punishing rock that grabs you and don't let go. Phil "Wizzö" Campbell's guitar shredding is relentless, and Mikkey Dee's drumming pounds like a 10.0 registered earthquake.

Motörhead have been creating high energy metal music since 1975, and this album furthers the band's legacy as the baddest in the land. Lemmy has gone through some health scares over the past couple years, but age nor time has taken an ill effect on this record. It's only sharpened the band's skills and allowed them to excel at their craft.

Tracks we recommend are "Fire Storm Hotel," "The Devil" (which features a guitar solo from Queen's Brian May), "Electricity," "Choking On Your Screams," and "Sympathy For The Devil."

Bad Magic is available on Amazon (Vinyl, CD, MP3). You can also stream the full album above on Spotify.

Motörhead will be returning to North America for a 40th Anniversary Tour beginning in late August at Riot Fest. For the latest from Motörhead, check out their Zumic artist page.

Motörhead Bad Magic album cover art
British Rock Hard Rock Metal
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