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Motörhead lanseaza un album de coveruri ce contine si Heroes a lui David Bowie

Motörhead va lansa în septembrie o colecție  de coveruri,  intitulata “Under the Cöver”. Albumul e alcatuit din piese celebre ale trupelor The Sex Pistols (God Save The Queen), Metallica (Whiplash), The Rolling Stones (Jumpin’ Jack Flash / Sympathy For The Devil), Judas Priest (Breaking The Law) si Rainbow (Starstruck), piese inregistrate in perioada 1992 and 2005.  Pe album va aparea si o versiune a clasicul “Heroes”a lui David Bowie. Piesa a fost înregistrată în timpul sesiunilor Bad Magic în 2015 cu producătorul Cameron Webb și a fost una dintre ultimele melodii pe care Motörhead le-a înregistrat înainte de moartea prematură a lui Lemmy în decembrie 2015.

Albumul Under the Cöver va contine urmatoarele piese:

1) Breaking the Law
2) God Save the Queen
3) Heroes
4) Starstruck
5) Cat Scratch Fever
6) Jumpin’ Jack Flash
7) Sympathy for the Devil
8) Hellraiser
9) Rockaway Beach
10) Shoot ‘Em Down
11) Whiplash

Rob Halford’s personal top10 albums

Celebra publicatie americana, Roling Stone i-a cerut lui Rob Halford sa faca un top personal al celor mai importante 10 albume rock/metal.

Iata topul metal godului cu mici comentarii despre fiecare album:

10. Motörhead, ‘Ace of Spades’ (1980)

This is a hardcore roar of wild bombastic fuck you!

9. Slipknot, ‘Slipknot’ (1999)

When this came out, it was nu-metal pent-up rage searing a whole new era.

8. Emperor, ‘Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk’ (1997)

I love this because it’s sonic blasphemy from the dark side.

7. Dio, ‘Holy Diver’ (1983)

This album has classic grooves, vibes and melodies supporting the king.

6. Pantera, ‘Cowboys From Hell’ (1990)

The “Texas massacre” started with this one.

5. Slayer, ‘Reign in Blood’ (1986)

It’s full-frontal assault riffage and in-your-face lyrics.

4. Iron Maiden, ‘Iron Maiden’ (1980)

This felt like fresh U.K. blood from the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, and it was top of the heap.

3. Korn, ‘Korn’ (1994)

On their debut, Korn brought a new definition of metal that was a game changer.

2. Metallica, ‘Kill ‘Em All’ (1983)

This was full-on thrash energy that led the USA charge.

1. Black Sabbath, ‘Black Sabbath’ (1970)

This is the blueprint that epitomizes everything metal.