Motörhead have just released a lyric video for Aftershock track "Crying Shame," a rocker full of tough-sounding Lemmy-isms and a piano-driven chorus.
The video sees the song's lyrics scrawled across a variety of sceneries, including iron bars and poker games, with the band's rollicking track roaring in the background. "Know your face, never knew your name," Lemmy Kilmister growls, and we believe him. Check it out above.
Motörhead had a series of concert cancelations last year due to the Kilmister's health concerns, but they're getting back on the horse and they're slated to play a handful of tour dates around the globe and their annual "Motörboat" cruise in September.
Lemmy said in a statement:
"This will be everything you've come to expect from a night out with us, except even louder, with more great bands and no way of escaping. If you thought waves could rock a boat, you've got another thing coming with this lovely little outing."
For full tour dates, and more music, videos, and news, head to Motörhead's Zumic artist page.
Source: Rolling Stone